There is a lot more than just price that goes into choosing legal documents or the lawyer that will help you.
When you’re comparing our fees to your other options, I encourage you to really understand what you are actually getting for that price. If you use an online form, you might actually cause your family a lot of headache and heartache down the road. So you want to find a lawyer that can draft you excellent legal documents in accordance with the state laws that captures everything that you want to see about how your assets go to your loved ones under what circumstances, who’s in charge.
In my office, we create relationships with my clients instead of just a transaction.
That is because your estate planning should stay up to date with your life and with the law as it changes. So that your documents, so that when it matters most, your documents work. In my office, we analyze our client’s situation and goals and what we need to do to get them there.
We charge a flat fee agreed to in advance. That way there are no surprises. We offer “a la carte” options and packages.
Many times we find that it works best for our clients to offer them packages for their estate planning so that they are covered not just after their death but during their lifetime as well. So when it comes to which estate plan package might be right for you, we help you figure out what’s right for you during our first meeting. On average, our will plan starts at $2,000 and our trust plan start at $4,000. Those prices are not for just one document. It’s a series of documents and strategy that is customized to your specific situation. We design our plans to make things as easy as possible for yourself and your family in the event that you become incapacitated or die.
What if you’re thinking? Oh I just need something simple. I just need one document. OK, maybe you do. We won’t really know what you really need until we meet in person and review your specific situation.
Sit down with me for a Planning Session. It’s a no obligation Planning Session. That way you can go over your situation and what options work best for you so that you can be on tract to make things as easy as possible for yourself and your family in the event that you become incapacitated or die.