What is a Will?
A Will is a document in which you designate (1) the person who will care for your minor children (their “Guardian”) in case both their parents are dead; (2) who will get your money and other valuables upon your death; and (3) the person who will pay your debts and distribute your assets (your “Executor”). Your Guardian’s and Executor’s actions will be monitored by a probate court in the County where you die (this is called “going through probate”). Your Will signing must be witnessed by two persons (who are not named in your Will) for your Will to be legally enforceable.
What does a Will usually cost?
Most lawyers charge a few hundred to several hundred dollars to consult with you about your wishes, prepare a Will, and provide witnesses for the signing.
What is your Process?
You pick a signing date on the calendar below and enter your payment amount and credit card number through our Law Pay payment button also below. Complete our online interview (you will receive an email with a link to it). Come to our office on the signing date, review your documents with Attorney Donald H. Sienkiewicz, and get your questions answered. We do this in a workshop format, with up to six couples at a time in our conference room. Attorney Sienkiewicz will also explain how guardianship, probate, Wills and Trusts work. At the end of the workshop, you will sign your Will, and we will witness it so that your wishes will be honored by the courts. You take your Will home with you.
What if I want to make Changes after the Signing?
We will also give you your Will in Microsoft Word format on a CD-ROM. You can make simple changes, like adding the name of a new
What will you charge me?
We will charge you whatever amount you enter into the payment field when you enter your credit card information – as little as one dollar. If everyone who uses this service pays $200 per single
Why are you offering me the opportunity to receive your service as a Gift?
Surveys show that about half of the Americans who die each year do so without basic estate planning documents in place, which makes their loved ones’ lives more difficult and painful (and expensive) than they need to be. We don’t want your uncertainty about how estate planning works, your need for it, or its value to you, to be an obstacle to you taking reasonable steps to protect your loved ones.
If you would like to sign up for our traditional estate planning process, beginning with an in-person consultation with the attorney, please click on Schedule Consultation here or on the Scheduling tab at the top of this page.