Options are good. Choose what estate plan documents you want and how much help you want from the attorney. Our estate planning program puts you in charge by letting you choose the level of service and customization you want in your plan.
This is usually the best choice if you are looking to "make it as easy as possible for my kids when I die." Avoid probate, protect beneficiaries from creditors and even each other.
Make sure your property goes to the people you want to receive it. Name a guardian for minor children. Or create a pour-over will so that property can be managed by your trust.
Name someone to help you in the event you are unable to make financial decisions for yourself. You can make it durable, or if you want to delay someone having that type of authority ask about our "springing" option.
No two couples are the same. While married couples often agree on many aspects of their life and family, even the closest couples often disagree as to the level of medical care they want to receive. Set up a document to express your medical care wishes so that your loved one doesn't have to worry whether they are "doing the right thing."
Probably the most important part of a trust is making sure you properly fund the trust. As you develop your estate plan, you will get the necessary documents and to make sure your trust is properly funded today...and get instructions to make sure it stays funded in the future.
We offer convenience and comfort, with no nonsense or gotcha fees. Talk to a local attorney who lives in Davis County. Our estate planning attorney is available to talk to you and see that your concerns are resolved. We price our estate plans on a flat fee so that clients are not worried about whether they have "time" to ask questions. We want you to understand the service we provide, as well as the why behind the documents we provide. It is the additional time and detail spent with an attorney rather than a staff member that sets our estate planning experience apart from others.