As the New Normal has set in, and the COVID-19 guidelines are making traditional estate planning services impossible, we are still receiving requests by people to do their estate plan.
If you are a fellow Texan looking to plan, we can help you. We have been helping people with their online planning for nearly a decade now, and are ready to serve you.
Our flat fee simple estate plan package includes:
- Last Will and Testament
- Revocable Living Trust (if you choose to have a Trust Based plan)
- Declaration of Appointment for Guardian of a Child
- Durable Power of Attorney
- Medical Power of Attorney
- Directive to Physician (“Living Will”)
- HIPAA Release
- Declaration of Guardian
- Appointment for Disposition of Remains
The Texas Estates Code requires a valid Texas Will to be executed in the presence of two disinterested witnesses and a notary. To ensure both your and our team’s health and safety, we have implemented alternative methods of getting your documents signed, without needing to come to the office or leave your home.
Once we are retained, our Law Firm will prepare your estate plan package and electronically send the documents to you for review. You can review the documents with your attorney by telephone, or Zoom conference. We will provide you with detailed instructions on how to line up your two disinterested witnesses. We will also assist in scheduling a mobile notary to come to your location for the signing ceremony.
Once final edits to your documents are made, we will send you the final drafts to print. We will schedule a signing ceremony time to finalize your arrangements. When the time comes for the signing ceremony, we will utilize video conferencing software (compatible with most smartphones, tablets, and computers) so our attorney can guide you through the signing process.
How do I get started?
Step 1: Request or schedule an initial Consultation.
Step 2: Complete the online estate planning questionnaire.
Step 3: Our estate planning attorney go over the completed questionnaire with you, make any necessary changes, and draft your estate planning documents for you.