Clients often ask whether it is necessary to have an attorney write estate documents such as a last will and testament, health care power of attorney, durable power of attorney, a trust, or a living trust. Even in an age of self-help services such as LegalZoom, my answer is “Yes.” My fees are comprehensive and include all the services you will need to make sure you get the right documents and ensure that your documents perform the way they should. I provide a full evaluation of the property in your estate, address issues involving privately owned businesses, inform you of what will happen if you do not have any estate documents, draft the documents you need, and provide a notary and witnesses when it comes time to sign.
I keep your estate documents on file, and if anything happens that requires a change, I can quickly and easily make adjustments. My prices are competitive with self-help services such as LegalZoom, and Ie supply the added benefit that you can always talk to the same attorney. Estate planning is important, and you should make sure to gather all the information necessary to make sure your loved ones are properly cared for after your death. Call my office for a flat fee quote over the phone.