WILLS & PROBATE

Vision... To See Beyond Conflicts

Legal Services Flat Fee:

Individual Simple Will – $150

Simple Wills for Spouses, Reciprocal – $200

The amounts listed above are typical flat fees offered.  However, depending upon the specific circumstances of your case, we reserve the right to deviate from the listed amounts above as we deem appropriate.

Living Will

A living will explains and details your wishes to your family and physicians on the subject of healthcare options should you become incapacitated with an end-stage medical condition. Let your loved ones know your wishes far in advance with a properly prepared and executed living will.

Probate

Probate is a court-managed legal process that settles debts and title to property passing from a decedent to his or her heirs. Probate proceedings generally take place in courts established in the county where a decedent lived until the time of his/her death. If your loved one’s estate requires probate, we can become involved in the estate administration process and manage it for you with detailed care and due diligence.

Estates & Trust

Dying without a will surrenders your control over your estate with the potential result that your heirs might not receive what you may have wanted. Wills precisely express a person’s wishes with respect to their belongings after he or she dies.

Most states require very specific procedures and precautions relative to executing a will. Do not let an improperly constructed or improperly executed will cause a court to deny probate of your will, thereby ignoring the wishes you have thoughtfully expressed about the disposition of your estate.

Power of Attorney

A power of attorney permits you to designate one or more individuals to act on your behalf with respect to matters other than those dealing with medical care. These can be created to permit parties to act on your behalf either upon its execution or only in the event you are incapable of acting on your own behalf due to incapacity. To provide necessary continuity relating to your affairs you should consider implementing a power of attorney.

Last Will & Testiment

Dying without a will surrenders your control over your estate with the potential result that your heirs might not receive what you may have wanted. Wills precisely express a person’s wishes with respect to their belongings after he or she dies.

Most states require very specific procedures and precautions relative to executing a will. Do not let an improperly constructed or improperly executed will cause a court to deny probate of your will, thereby ignoring the wishes you have thoughtfully expressed about the disposition of your estate.

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