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estate planning minor children

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$3,500.00 $2,499.00

Estate Planning for Couples with Minor Children

Your children are your legacy and the most precious part of any family. Our estate plans mean that you can be assured that your minor children will be financially, physically, and emotionally cared for if something happens to one or both parents at the same time. It’s important to be the one in charge of appointing a legal guardian for your children. Not just any relative will do – it needs to be someone capable and trustworthy beyond comparison. It’s not something that you should trust the courts to decide for you upon your passing.

A well-drafted estate plan doesn’t just give you the confidence that your children will be in good hands – it assures you that your estate will pass to them with minimal interference, too. Minimize taxes and reduce the risks of litigation or collection with a plan that comes with:

 

  • Last will(s) and testament(s) with a testamentary trust
  • Durable power(s) of attorney for property
  • Power(s) of attorney for healthcare
  • Living will(s)
  • Guardianship designation
  • One in-person meeting to review first drafts
  • One revision of first drafts
  • One signing ceremony
  • Second set of original documents

This is a no-obligation order. No payment information required. Our Attorney reviewes each request to ensure we do not have a conflict of interest with any other client before accepting any new client. Prices are our good faith estimates base on projects we have completed in the past. We reserve the right to decline any project for any reason. No Attorney-Client relationship is formed until we have a written agreement any client indiciating as such.

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FL Patel Law has helped me start my business and served as a wonderful reference to lean on when any legal manner or council and/or general advice was needed. There has always been multiple options put forward with pros and cons of each business decisions given. Kalpesh and his team are trustworthy and reliable. I like that I can shoot him an email and get a prompt response. Highly recommended. I’m glad they are on my team.

Leighton P.
Leighton P.

I used Kal instead of Legal Zoom for a LLC formation. I will never use Legal Zoom again. Thorough, personal service, Kal answers all your questions and, most importantly, asks you questions that you probably did not think about. It is important to get it right from the beginning.

Anthony O.
Anthony O.

Kal is professional, organized, friendly and is a wealth of knowledge for a start-up business. He helped me figure out how to launch my product the RIGHT way. He had step-by-step advice on how to take it from a prototype to selling it online. He also had advice on patent research and knew where to send me for SBA loans. I would highly recommend him as a business attorney. It’s better to have help at the beginning to make sure you do it right!

Quinn R.
Quinn R.

How to Get started

1
Submit an Order Request
Once we receive your order, our office will contact you to perform a conflict check, get more details, and schedule a time for you to speak with our Attorney. This is a no-obligation order.
2
Discuss Scope of Project
Our Attorney will go over the scope of the project and answer any initial questions you may have.
3
Engagement Agreement
We will send you an engagement agreement with the scope, pricing, and any other details you may have discussed with our Attorney.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How long does the estate planning process take?

We are unable to offer a hard time frame for estate plans because of the rich diversity of options and because everyone has their own unique wishes for how their money and resources will be used after their passing. For an accurate estimate, you’ll first need to speak with one of our attorneys, who can usually advise you on a realistic time frame for your estate plan. 

2. Will I work with an attorney?

Yes — from start to finish, our lawyers will support you every step of the way. Estate planning is a process that’s both complex and emotional, and with us, you don’t need to worry about going it alone. We make ourselves available to our clients whenever possible so that you can benefit from our knowledge and experience. 

3. Do I need to come into the office?

No, most of our business services can be done over the phone and by email. We offer digital documents, e-signatures, secure digital communication, and online payments. 

4. How do I know that this is a good fit for my family?

Your estate plan is one of the most important projects that you’ll ever embark on because of the value it holds for you and your loved ones. That’s why we recommend that all potential clients check out our website and read our reviews before hiring us so that they can be as confident in our abilities as we are. You’ll also have the opportunity to speak with the attorney managing your case before signing any contracts or making any payments. This way, you can get answers to your most pressing questions and get a feel for us before making any commitments.

5. When do I pay?

We would appreciate it if you would pay as soon as possible. Because of the number of clients we serve and the high-value nature of our work, we are unable to start working on your project without payment at this time.

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