What Does Estate Planning Cost?
Estate planning is a significant investment for most families. A properly drafted estate plan can save thousands in taxes, court costs, and attorney fees down the road. It is difficult to quote a price without first learning about your estate planning goals.
Every Estate Plan Is Unique
Two families with identical assets may have very different plans based on their needs and desires. Pricing is based on a variety of factors, including the complexity of the family unit, how you would like assets distributed after your death, the amount of real property held, whether you would like asset protection for your spouse and children, and whether you need tax planning. We will discuss these factors in your complimentary consultation.
At Bryant Law PLLC, I am pleased to offer will and trust packages at a variety of price points, and I will always give you options to choose from.
All prices quoted are a flat-fee meaning there will be no surprise bills for talking to your attorney. All my will and trust plans include important ancillary documents such as powers of attorney and advanced healthcare directives. You will get more than just a will or trust—you will get an estate plan.
On occasion, expenses such as deed recording fees will be incurred for those with trust-based plans, but we will discuss any additional costs or expenses before they are incurred.