A living trust and estate planning will protect your family. You have this thought every time you go in to work, whether you work at the grocery store, police department, nursing home or take-out restaurant. Your work is essential. You’re fortunate enough to keep working, but working means you put your life and your family’s lives at risk during the outbreak. The uncertainty is unbearable – but we have answers for you. We want to help you with free and discounted services to put your mind at ease.

Online Living Trusts and Estate Planning

An estate plan is like an emergency plan. Your family can manage property, pay bills, and authorize treatments when you cannot. A living trust can keep your property out of court, saving time and money when your family needs it most. And you don’t have to leave your home to make your living trust with a local attorney. With video consultations and online encrypted document sharing, you can craft a plan from the safety of home.

Start with a free 20-minute consultation, open to everyone, to discuss your needs and options. We offer a range of plans to meet every budget. And if you’re an essential worker, we want to show our appreciation by discounting our estate planning services for all new services by one-third through the end of 2020.*

We explained how you can create a will for free, and if you missed it, you can check out our blog: Free Living Will. But if you own a home or want more piece of mind then you need an estate plan. And we’ve got you covered.

Living Trusts and Estate Planning Consultations

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*Estate planning services means attorney fees for creating or amending a trust, will, and power of attorney for you and your spouse. Filing and notary fees are not included. New services means new or existing clients who engage in estate planning services and sign an attorney/client agreement between April 1, 2020 and December 31, 2020. Essential worker means those workers who are deemed essential by the California State Public Health Officer. See covid19.ca.gov. Other conditions apply. Call for details.