It’s tempting to turn to technology for quick answers. New websites and software packages pop-up daily, stressing themes such as, do-it-yourself, it’s so easy, and it’s free. While these options may be intriguing, they leave many unanswered questions.
As a registered prepaid legal service, Network Legal has access to qualified, estate planning attorneys who will prepare your estate documents thoroughly and cost effectively.
By offering significant savings and individual, in-person attention, we are a smart alternative to high cost law firms. And, we go a step further to complete the planning process by ensuring that you are aware of what needs to happen when the time comes to execute the documents you have prepared.
Estate planning is about your life, your assets, your wishes. No two circumstances are the same. At Network Legal, our experienced staff and partners understand all the nuances of estate planning, including the legal complications when planning for blended and, or non-traditional families. We listen to your story and provide you with your options, giving you the information you need to make the right choices for you and your loved ones. Then we do the work for you. All at a reasonable price.
At Network Legal, we make use of qualified estate planning attorneys—a team of experienced experts that can address your every estate planning need. Thanks to this network approach, we can provide the same “one-stop shopping” and expertise you’d find in a large legal firm, with the personalized service you expect from a boutique firm. And because we’ve negotiated the best possible deal from our attorneys, you’ll get all the legal expertise you need without big attorney fees.
Estate planning inevitably requires documents, forms, statements and records. We can help you keep this information organized and secure both for your own estate planning needs, and to provide for your executor. We can also make sure you know just what you need for ongoing maintenance. So when your CPA, attorney, or other advisors request information, you or your executor have it all at your fingertips.
- Last Will & Testament
- Revocable Living Trust
- Tax Shelter Trust
- Power of Attorney
- Healthcare Directives
- Charitable Giving
- Living Will
- Deed Preparation
- Asset Funding
- Notary Services
- Special Needs Planning
- Life Estates
INFORMATION YOU MAY NEED TO GATHER BEFORE YOU BEGIN
- Your full legal name. This should be the name you use for employment, voting, driver license etc.
- Your spouse’s full legal name.
- Your children’s full legal names and birth dates.
- Full legal names of children’s guardians.
- Pet caretakers. The name and description of pet and the name of caretaker who will care for them. And if there is an amount of money you would like to leave for your pet’s care.
- Your property. An inventory of real estate, vehicles and other items you will be specifically leaving a particular person.
- Beneficiary and successor beneficiary names. The names of the people to whom you will be leaving your assets and the successor beneficiary if your first choice predeceases you.
- Trustee and alternate trustee names. Full legal names of the person who will be managing the money for your beneficiary and full legal name of an alternate trustee.
- Executor and alternate executor. The full legal name of the person(s) who will be settling your estate. Include an alternate person.