We guide clients in estate planning to manage their estate during their life and in the event of incapacity or death. This includes:
- Powers of Attorney
It is important for everyone to have some kind of estate plan. It is not always necessary to have anything beyond a simple will, however, sometimes our clients need more estate planning to ensure that their wishes are preserved. Additionally, pre-planning can result in significant savings to the estate. We help clients set up wills, trusts (living wills), powers of attorney, advanced directives, and other estate documents. We also help administer estates when a loved one has passed.
Frequently Asked Questions
Each estate plan is different; however, we generally charge between $1,000 and $2,500 for a will package and $2,500 and $5,000 for a trust package. Sometimes clients only need a single document to supplement their current estate plan, or they want to change something in their current estate plan. In those cases, the fees are usually much lower.
The first step is to setup a free 15 minute case evaluation with our office. The initial consultation is where we obtain more information about your particular situation and help determine if we are a good fit for you. During the consultation we will provide you with an outline of the legal issues in your case and how our firm can be of service. If your case involves numerous and/or complex issues, then you may need to schedule a longer 30 or 60 minute consultation. We charge $150 for a 30 minute consultation and $300 for a 60 minute consultation. Click here to schedule a paid consultation.
At your initial case evaluation, we will help guide you to the estate plan that is right for you by describing the differences between the two options and making sure you understand the pros and cons of each.
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