Contact us at 832-408-0505 to schedule your appointment, or click HERE to start the process right now to ensure that your loved ones will be taken care of in the best way possible.

Emergency estate planning services are available, at a Premium, for estate planning documents such as Trusts, Wills, Advance Health Care Directives, Durable Power of Attorney for Financial Decisions, HIPAA Waivers, Final Disposition Authorization and Instructions, Guardianship Nominations, and Designation of Health Care Agent for Minor Children.

Attorney Gratia P. Schoemakers is here for you.

Why Go Virtual?

  1. It’s Costs less than our Traditional (In-Person) Concierge Level Services (Click here to find out more).
  2. It offers greater Convenience (you do not have to travel, and you can get everything done from the comfort of your home in your pyjama’s)
  3. Same Quality you’d expect from working with us in-person.

We have been using Zoom and the telephone to meet clients a while now. Our initial motivation was to address an unmet legal demand for convenient, lower-cost estate planning, by allowing clients to do more of the “legwork” which will significantly reduce Attorney time and paralegal time, which saves us time and money that is directly passed on to you, your client.

Prices quoted for online services are for online services only, and subject to change.

EASY AS 1-2-3!

Use our secure site, to create your account, answer a series of questions about your personal situation using our dynamic Interview which can be completed in one or more sessions as needed. This information will be used to create your Documents.
Once you have created your account, you may start the interview process or we can schedule a telephone consultation to answer any questions to ensure your estate plan is customized to fit your specific situation.
Once you have completed the Interview and you had your consultation, we will start drafting your estate plan. You will receive your customized estate planning documents in the mail within 10 business day, along with instructions on how to properly sign your documents, notarization and how to transfer assets to your trust (if applicable).