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Last Will &

Statutory Power
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Additional Services as Needed:*

Beneficiary Deed

Revocable Living Trust

*Prepared on an as needed basis, additional fees may be incurred if not included in employers benefit plan

Things to consider when creating your estate plan:

You can help your estate planning move faster by coming prepared to answer the following questions when you sign up for your estate planning service:

  • Who will be the Executor/Executrix of your estate? This is the person who will be responsible for carrying out your wishes.
  • Who do you want to inherit your estate? This can be one person, multiple people, or even a favorite charity.
  • If you have minor children, who do you want to serve as their guardian?
  • Who would you want to help make decisions about your health and estate should you be incapacitated?
  • Would you want to continue or discontinue life support?

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you have minor children or any assets, you need estate planning. Assets can be anything from a pet to a bank account to a home.

If you have legal questions, it is always wise to speak with a lawyer. We will have a partner law firm attorney on hand to answer any legal questions you have when completing your estate planning as well.

You will receive digital copies of your estate planning documents, which you can edit in the future. Please note each state’s laws differ in terms of executing requirements for any changes or amendments.

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DISCLAIMER: Customer acknowledges that company is not a law firm and will not perform services performed by an attorney. Company will not review the documents Customer prepares for legal sufficiency, draw legal conclusions, provide legal advice, opinions, or recommendations about Customer's legal rights, remedies, selection of proper estate plan, strategies, or apply the law to the facts of Customer’s particular situation. Company, its services, and its forms or templates are not a substitute for the advice or services of an attorney. Customer acknowledges that while company uses its best efforts to provide helpful legal forms to Customer, company makes no representations or warranties regarding the legal accuracy or enforceability of the forms company provides. Company’s products are merely a tool to aid Customer in Customer’s estate planning. Customer understands that Customer is responsible for reading and verifying the final document(s) before signing and agrees to be solely responsible for the final document(s).

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