ONLINE ESTATE PLANNING

Online estate planning is a fast and inexpensive option for creating an estate plan. Online estate planning options include creating a last will and testament or a living trust. Choose Ogborne Law, PLC for your best online estate planning experience.

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ONLINE LAST WILL & TESTAMENT

An online last will & testament is a document that states what you want to happen after your death. It’s sometimes referred to as your “last will and testament.” If you die without a will, your estate is distributed to your family following general, pre-established guidelines. This means your estate may be divided in a way you didn’t want. The people you hoped would inherit your estate may not.

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ONLINE LIVING WILL

An online living will is a legal document stating and protecting your end of life care medical wishes. This document is extremely important to make sure you have on file so If you are facing a terminal condition, in a persistent vegetative state, or in an irreversible coma, your Healthcare Power of Attorney knows what your wishes are for life-sustaining treatment.

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Download the estate planning forms for free, and only pay when you file.

FILL OUT THE INFORMATION

Completely fill out all of the information needed for your estate plan.

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REQUEST OUR ESTATE PLANNING GUIDE

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WHAT IS ESTATE PLANNING? & WHY IS IT SO IMPORTANT?

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ONLINE ESTATE PLANNING FAQ

ONLINE ESTATE PLANNING FAQ

Read frequently asked questions about online estate planning services.

What is Online Estate Planning?

Online estate planning is a fast and inexpensive option for creating an estate plan. Online estate planning options include creating a last will and testament or a living trust.

Why is Estate Planning Important?

Estate planning is important for ensuring your wishes are carried out the way you intend after your death. However, many people overlook this critical task. In some cases, they leave it until it is too late. Even celebrities can fall into this trap.

If your assets will simply be divided evenly among your heirs, why create a will at all? When it comes to probate court, nothing is as simple as it seems. The easiest way to ensure each person receives what you want them to is to write a will. This aspect of estate planning is important because it creates less stress on your family, provides minimal risk of complications during when awarding inheritances, and protects your children and secures their futures.

No matter what age you are currently, estate planning is important. You never know when you might pass away, and you don’t want your loved ones left scrambling to figure out your wishes.

How Much Does Online Estate Planning Cost?

Traditional estate planning costs about $2,400, with average prices ranging from $800 to $4,000 in the US for 2020 according to CostHelper. Average hourly rates to hire an estate planning attorney is about $225 per hour, with average prices ranging from $150 per hour to $310 per hour. according to Lawyers.com and other sources.

Who Needs Estate Planning?

There are typically five reasons why people need an estate plan: to avoid probate, to avoid family fights, to reduce estate taxes, to protect assets, and to protect beneficiaries. There are many other reasons why people need estate planning.

Want to know if you need an estate plan or need to update your current estate plan? Take a few minutes to complete the attached checklist to assess whether or not your estate plan is ready to take care of your loved ones should a tragic event occur.

And if your current estate plan isn’t ready to take care of your loved ones, Ogborne Law is here to help.

How to Find an Online Estate Planning Attorney?

According to TheBalance, the best way to find an estate planning attorney is to:

  1. Ask a Financial Advisor for Referrals
  2. Ask an Accountant
  3. Consult Multiple Attorneys
  4. Contact Your Local or State Bar Association
  5. Check Print, Radio, or TV Ads
  6. Contact Probate Court
  7. Use Google.com to search “online estate planning

Learn more about finding an estate planning attorney.

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