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What does an Estate Plan Cost?

If you are considering establishing a comprehensive estate plan, you are probably wondering how much it will cost you. Like most things, the answer depends upon your individual circumstances. Your family and your finances are unique, so your estate plan will be designed to fit your specific needs and goals.

Before one of our seasoned estate planning lawyers can provide you with an estimate to create your estate plan, we must review your financial documents and learn about your family structure. It is important that you do not jump to the conclusion that an estate plan is too expensive! In fact, when compared to what it will cost you and your family if you do not have an estate plan, the cost is typically very minimal.

If you die without a Will, Trust and other estate planning documents, it is likely that significant portion of your estate will go to pay taxes. Additionally, it can be expensive for your family to handle the administration of your estate through the probate procedures. By paying for your estate plan now, you can save you and your family thousands of dollars in the future. Finally, you should also consider how an estate plan may help protect your assets from creditors.

To learn more about what your estate plan will cost and how it can save you money, contact our office today. We can create an estate plan that is tailor-suited to meet your unique needs and that will provide you the peace of mind that you, your family and your wealth is protected.

The Astill Law Office has provided high quality legal services for over 30 years. We specialize in wills, trusts, estate planning, and asset protection. If you have any questions about creating a Trust, Will, or estate planning in general, contact The Astill Law Office at 801-438-8698.