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Don't subject your family to the cost and hassle of probate.

AvoidProbate™ makes it easy and affordable to plan your estate with an attorney today.

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Why Avoid Probate?

At AvoidProbate, we understand the inevitability of life's final chapter and advocate preparedness through estate planning tailored to your unique needs. We offer a refreshing alternative to the traditional, costly hourly-fee lawyers, and the risky ambiguity of online document services. Our firm synergizes cutting-edge technology with personalized legal counsel, ensuring a custom, comprehensive estate plan with the ease and affordability of an online platform. Our complete estate planning packages encompass all crucial documents, including a revocable living trust, "pour-over" will, and powers of attorney for both health care and property. With AvoidProbate, you're not just obtaining documents; you're assigned an experienced attorney who will guide you through every step—answering your questions, reviewing drafts, and finalizing your plan with the necessary witnesses and notary. For continued assurance, our AvoidProbate+ subscription provides limitless revisions and ongoing access to legal assistance. Experience peace of mind knowing your estate is in professional hands today and into the future. 

Marc L. Gugliuzza, JD, MBA, CFP(tm) 

Founder of AvoidProbate, LLC and Gugliuzza Law, P.C.

Complete Estate Plans for an Affordable Flat-Fee
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Complete Plan for One 

Includes a customized revocable living trust, pour-over will, and powers of attorney for one person.

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Complete Plan for Two 

Includes a customized joint revocable living trust, pour-over wills, and powers of attorney for two people. 

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All Complete Estate Plans Include

Revocable Living Trust

A living trust allows you to avoid probate and plan for periods of incapacitation.

Quit-Claim Deed

Needed to transfer real estate into the living trust to avoid probate (recording fees additional).

Pour-Over Will

The will works as a back-up to the trust  and names guardians for minor children.

Funding Meeting

In-person or virtual meeting with an attorney to execute documents and discuss next steps.

Powers of Attorney

Allows you to name who makes medical and financial decisions if ever incapacitated.


One year of email and phone support along with free changes to the documents ($195/year thereafter).

Our Process

Initial Call

Schedule a 15-30 minute phone call with one of our attorneys to discuss your specific needs. 


We will send you a link to our online form for you to complete at your convenience.


Our attorneys will custom draft your documents and contact you when they are ready to review.


Schedule an in-office, or remote, meeting with an attorney to execute the documents and discuss next steps.

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