What is a Trust?
A trust is a container for all of your assets (house, bank accounts, life insurance, etc.) that protects your loved ones by setting rules that control how your money is spent after your death.
Why do I need one?
If you have a spouse or young children, a Will sends your assets to them upon your death with no rules or protections. They can blow it, make bad investment decisions, or be taken advantage of. We create a Will for you as the backup, and the Trust as the main vehicle of your estate plan.
What does a Trust cost?
The cost of a trust depends on the complexity of your family situation, the number and nature of your assets, and the time the law firm needs to put into the planning process – usually in the thousands, and occasionally, tens of thousands of dollars.
Why is a One-Meeting Trust significantly less expensive?
We have done hundreds of trusts, and have seen just about every family and asset situation. For families with typical situations, we’ve developed a workshop process that allows us to be very efficient, so we can charge less.
What is the Process, and How Much does it Cost?
You pick a signing date on the calendar below and make a $100 deposit with a credit card. Complete our online interview (you will receive an email with a link). Come to our office on the signing date, review your documents with Attorney Donald H. Sienkiewicz, and get your questions answered.
At the end of your signing meeting, you pay another $800 (the balance of the price for your Wills and Trusts), sign your documents, and take them home with you – but only if you’re completely satisfied. If you’re not, we’ll refund your $100.
Get all of your questions about the One-Meeting Trust answered
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