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Fully Online Estate Planning
We get it: nobody wants to think about “it.” But “it” comes to us all. So why not discuss end-of-life plans in the place where you are most comfortable – wherever that is.
That’s one of the differences between us and a “traditional” law firm: we’re fully online, charge flat fees, and we make estate planning about as easy as ordering a pizza. So, whether you want to draft a will while wading in the ocean, make bequests from your bed, or direct your end-of-life care from a comfy recliner, we make the process as simple as filling out a guided form.
You’ll then review of the documents with an attorney licensed in your state, giving you the expertise and peace of mind legal document websites can’t match.
Elements of A Plan
Basics CoveredWill, Healthcare & Financial Plan
Guardian of Children
Living Will / Healthcare Power of Attorney
Financial Power of Attorney
Text (SMS) and Email Updates
Archived Online for 7 Years
Free Annual Checkup
Attorney Licensed in Your State
Revocable TrustIncludes Basics Package.
Married / Joint Trust +$500
Includes Basics Package, plus a revocable living trust
Avoids probate court, protects privacy
Assets typically immediately available to your beneficiaries
Control assets after you are gone
Investments and assets managed if you become disabled
Specialty Trusts$200 Each When Added to a Trust Package
Special Needs Trusts
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