What’s a Basic Starter Will?
This service includes the affordability and convenience of a “plug and play” system but with the benefit of having a skilled attorney to oversee the process and be available to you for document execution, notarization, and to review any questions you may have.
Benefits of this service:
- Avoids the need for an emergency guardianship in the event you need assistance making medical decisions or handling personal and financial matters
- Appoints a guardian for minor children if something should happen unexpectedly
- Directs where assets should go if you pass away
- Names the person who should be in charge of administering the estate
- Ensures that an attorney has reviewed the documents
- Gives the client a local person and brick and mortar law firm to contact if questions should arise now or down the road
The Basic Starter Will service includes an initial phone call with our experienced team to review your selections.
From there, we will deliver to you:
- Completed Wills
- Advance Directives or Health Care Proxies
- Durable Powers of Attorney
- HIPAA Patient Authorizations
Please note this service is for New Hampshire and Massachusetts residents only.
What’s not included in this service:
- Comprehensive consultation and customized strategy session with an attorney to discuss goals such as probate avoidance, tax, or long term care planning
- Unlimited revisions during the drafting process, or multiple meetings with the attorney
- Advice or strategies to avoid probate
- Advice or strategies to minimize taxes
- Advice or strategies relating to long term care (nursing home) costs
- Specific situations requiring more detailed planning, such as: (1) issues relating to second marriages, (2) creditor protection issues, (3) beneficiary and inheritance issues such as unstable marriages, contested wills, poor financial management, or substance abuse issues
- Full oversight of the execution process, unless you opt for our notarization service
- (2) Wills
- (2) Advance Directives or Health Care Proxies
- (2) Durable Powers of Attorney; and
- (2) HIPAA Patient Authorizations
- (1) Wills
- (1) Advance Directives or Health Care Proxies
- (1) Durable Powers of Attorney; and
- (1) HIPAA Patient Authorizations