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Frequently Asked Questions

Answers To Commonly Questions

How transparent are the costs associated with this service?

For most matters, we charge a flat fee. That means that you know what the cost will be before we begin and you don’t have to worry about being charged every time you call or email us. Your circumstances and estate may change the cost, but most people pay $1500 for a trust.  If you have an uncontested probate, most people will pay $2000.  

Can You Explain the Probate Process and How Long it Typically Takes?

Probate is the legal process through which a deceased person's estate is properly distributed to heirs and designated beneficiaries and any debt owed to creditors is paid off. The duration can vary greatly depending on the size and complexity of the estate, but it typically takes anywhere from a few months to over a year.

What is VA Aid and Attendance Benefit and Who Qualifies for it?

VA Aid and Attendance is a benefit paid in addition to monthly veteran pensions. It's designed for veterans and surviving spouses who require the aid of another person to perform personal functions required in everyday living. Eligibility depends on factors like military service, income, and medical needs.

What are letters testamentary?

A letter of testamentary is a legal document issued by a court following the probate process. While this can seem overwhelming, our team is here to guide you through each step and make things as simple as possible.

What Are the Responsibilities of a Guardian in a Guardianship?

A guardian is a person appointed by the court to make decisions on behalf of someone who is unable to do so themselves, often due to incapacity. Responsibilities typically include making financial, medical, and personal decisions for the ward, and ensuring their overall well-being and care.

How Often Should I Update My Estate Plan?

It's advisable to review and potentially update your estate plan every three to five years or after major life events like marriage, divorce, the birth of a child, or significant changes in financial status. This ensures that your estate plan accurately reflects your current wishes and circumstances.

Do you offer free consultations?

Yes.  Please contact us and we will give you a free initial consultation and provide you with an estimate on what it would cost to resolve your legal matter.