Planning for your future by creating an estate plan that protects your financial assets and directs your belongings to the people you love is one of the most important things you can do for your children and beneficiaries. If you have recently completed a divorce, or if your family has changed in a significant way because of a marriage or other major life-event, it is time to do your estate planning. This may mean you need a will, a trust or it may mean you need powers of attorneys or other life time documents.
You fill out the forms and we will do your documents. The fees are much lower than our brick and mortar law firm fees and we think you will be happy with the results. If you feel you need to come into our offices those services are available, but don’t wait. Start with your virtual attorney and it may be all you need.