What is estate planning?
Making a plan in advance and naming whom you want to receive the things you own after you die.
Who should make a plan?
Everyone with minor children and assets. Your assets consist of your car, home, other real estate, checking and savings accounts, investments, life insurance, furniture, personal possessions. No matter how large or how modest, everyone has an estate.
Why should you make a plan?
If you do not have a plan in place at your death, the state will decide who receives your assets and guardianship of minor children.
When should you start on your plan?
As soon as you can, because life doesn't always turn out as we expect.
What documents compromise the estate plan?
Will or trust, memo distributing property, financial power of attorney, medical power of attorney, living will and final disposition of remains.
How long is the process?
Your plan can be completed as quick as a few days.
Simple wills starting at $400 per person
Wills with trusts for minor children starting at $500 per person
Revocable living trusts starting at $2,500
Prices are subject to change at anytime without notice
Are you entering into a contract and need help determining your rights and/or obligations?
Whether you are buying or selling real estate, leasing your home or business as either a landlord or tenant. I can either draft the contract and/or review a contract you plan on signing.
Do you owe back taxes to the IRS or your state government?
I will negotiate with the IRS or state government on your behalf so you don't have to.
Contract Drafting and Review
Are you starting a new business and need help deciding how to form your business?
I can help you determine if you should form a partnership, LLC, or corporation. Draft all documents and file with the state.