What is AvoidProbate?
Let's face it, we're all going to die. And to be honest, it's probably better that way so let's stop fighting it. We just don't know when and we hope it is no time soon. Regardless, we all need to be prepared by doing some estate planning. However, we all have different situations and we all want different things. The dilemma for most people was where to go for help. In the past, you could go to expensive lawyers who charge by the hour and not really know what you were paying for. Today, we have the option of using online document services companies but they are confusing and potentially dangerous. The solution is AvoidProbate. We built our technology from the standpoint of practicing estate planning attorneys who know the needs of our clients. We then pair that technology with access to knowledgeable attorneys who are there to help from start to finish. The result is an estate plan that is custom made for you with the price and convenience of an online service.
At AvoidProbate, we have two complete estate planning packages to choose from. Both of our packages include all of the essential estate planning documents such as a revocable living trust, "pour-over" will, power of attorney for health care and a power of attorney for health care. What makes AvoidProbate unique is that you will be assigned to a licensed attorney who will first answer all of your questions, help you review your drafts and then meet with you to execute your documents with the required number of witnesses and notary. The result is you will have the peace of mind of knowing your estate plan is done right plus you will know how to use your documents going forward.
Estate planning is one of the most important things you will ever do and it is not a one time thing. That is why we developed AvoidProbate+. It is our subscribtion based program that includes unlimited revisions to your documents and access to an attorney for questions. One year of AvoidProbate+ is included with all of our estate planning packages and is only $199 a year thereafter.