What to Expect
The Process for Getting Your Estate Plan Completed
One of the things that sets us apart from other firms is our estate planning process. Our process ensures that we take the time to get to know you, listen to your concerns, understand your needs, and make recommendations based on what best suits your family.
Step 1. Initial Consultation. During our initial consultation, we’ll discuss your goals for your estate plan, and we’ll describe the basics of the estate planning process. After listening carefully to your needs and wishes, we’ll offer our recommendation on what type of plan will work best to meet your needs and discuss pricing. We’ll also scheduling your Signing Meeting at this meeting (usually about four weeks after the Initial Consultation), which ensures your estate plan is completed on a timely basis.
Step 2. Document Preparation. We’ll prepare your customized estate plan based on our conversation and what’s right for you and your loved ones. We’ll email copies of your plan to you for your review. If you'd like to schedule a meeting to review your documents in person, we'll schedule a meeting to do so.
Step 3. Document Review & Signing. At this meeting, we’ll review the documents and address any concerns you or questions you have. This is your estate plan and its important you understand how it works. You'll then sign your documents and make your plan official. If you’re using a Living Trust, our office will take care of recording the deeds to transfer any real property into your trust.
Step 4. Document Delivery. During your Signing, we'll make electronic copies of your final documents, which we'll email to you so that you have your documents in hard copy and electronic form. You'll take home your completed, original documents in your estate plan portfolio at your Signing meeting.
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