We’re not a traditional law firm:
Convenience. Your time is valuable. Our office is virtual so you don’t have to take time away from work or life to travel or wait in an office. You complete our online interview where and when it’s convenient for you and we communicate with you by email, telephone, or online meetings.
Fixed Fee. We charge a fixed fee for legal services. You know upfront exactly what your estate plan solution will cost and what is included. No hourly rates, estimates, worries about being charged for a phone call or email, or additional charges—which means no surprises.
Value. State-of-the-art document assembly technology and a virtual office eliminate the need for expensive overhead and allow us to provide excellent service at a more competitive price. Your estate plan documents can be ready in hours, not days or weeks.
No Charge for Changes. Any changes to your documents are free for two months from the date of purchase. You’ll have a lot of documents and we want to make sure they accurately reflect your wishes.
Insured. We are insured and stand by our work. Any changes to your documents are free for two months from the date of purchase. You’ll have a lot of documents and we want to make sure they accurately reflect your wishes.
We’re different from a legal forms site:
Legal Advice. We are a law firm, licensed in Utah and Arizona, and can provide you with legal advice based on state law as it applies to your specific situation. If you’re on our site, it’s likely you already understand the value of having an experienced estate planning attorney to consult with about your estate plan needs.
Customized. We do not use “fill-in-the-blank” forms. Our estate planning documents are specific to you based on your responses to our dynamic online interview.
Consultation. We review your documents—unlike some legal form sites that offer to outsource legal review of your documents to an unknown third-party for an additional fee.
Value. Consulting with an experienced estate planning attorney ensures that your documents correctly convey your intentions about your property. You may save money in the short run by using “fill-in-the-blank” legal forms, but then spend many times that amount later to correct mistakes. Some mistakes may not become apparent until after your incapacity or death, leaving family and loved ones to deal with the consequences. If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing right.
Transparent Price. Our estate plan solutions are comprehensive—meaning the documents necessary to implement your plan are included. You won’t be left needing to buy additional documents to complete your plan.