Where Do I Start?

The concept of making a living trust, will, and other supporting documents is also known as “estate planning” can seem intimidating. If you are confused or do not know where to begin or what to expect, it’s a good idea to set up an appointment for a complimentary consultation where you will learn about the short and quick process of estate planning.

Estate planning can be done within a handful of meetings that allow the attorney to learn about your and your family’s circumstances, lifestyle, and long term needs. The attorney will also learn about your goals and plans for the future and will draft your Trust, Will, and other documents accordingly.

Once you sign and notarize the estate plan, you do not have to work with an attorney again unless you decide to amend your Trust. However, finding an attorney that you are comfortable working with and that makes time to learn about your family’s situation will shape your estate planning experience.

It’s a quick, easy, and painless process. Contact us if you would like to make an appointment for a complimentary consultation.