Welcome to the ElectronicEstatePlanners website. We are dedicated to delivering high quality, customer friendly, estate planning services to our clients. With the use of artificial intelligence, we have developed a website that can construct a customized Estate Plan that protects you and your family. If you are in need of legal assistance, a licensed attorney will be available to assist you. Now most individuals and couples can afford to have an Estate Plan to insure that their wishes are carried out after their incapacity or death. Although the thought of such occurrences is sobering, you can now put together your Estate Plan conveniently and affordably. There are a number of compelling reasons why everyone should have an Estate Plan.

Why You Need an Estate Plan

A Few Reasons Why Everyone Needs an Estate Plan

1. To determine who receives your hard earned assets upon your death
2. To minimize taxes and expenses associated with death and probate
3. To maintain control over your assets rather than relinquish control to the courts
4. To provide for the welfare of minor children upon death or disability
5. To provide for family members with special needs without loss of governmental benefits
6. To provide for the care of pets, if you are no longer able
7. To avoid family disputes and squabbles by making your final wishes clear
8. To insure that irresponsible loved ones are protected from creditors and ex-spouses
9. To determine how to dispose of your home and other real property
10. To provide for you and your family in the case of disability, retirement and death
11. To maximize the protection of insurance for death, disability and long-term care
12. To provide incentives after death for your loved ones to follow your moral compass
13. To determine how your personal property is divided, including specific bequeaths
14. To donate to your favorite charitable, educational, social, and religious groups

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Frequently Ask Questions

Frequently asked questions about Estate Planning and how it affects you and your family. Please click on the View all Estate Planning FAQs button to review more.

Why do I need an estate plan?

A well conceived estate plan helps to ensure that your wishes are followed regarding many important matters after your incapacity or death.  Examples include decisions about your long-term care, medical care, guardianship of your minor children, care and support for…

What happens if I don’t have a plan?

If a person with no estate plan becomes incapacitated, then they will be unable to authorize other important people in their life to assist with implementing their wishes regarding their business, finances, long-term care, medical care,  and disposition of their…

What should I consider before I begin?

Who will you entrust to carry out your wishes for your long-term care and medical care? Who will you entrust to carry out your wishes for management of your financial affairs? Who will you entrust to carry out your wishes…

What’s the difference between having a “Will” and a “Living Trust”?

If you a person dies with a only a will, then they will likely have to hire an attorney to file for the probate of that will in state court.  In addition to the additional expenses of probate court costs…

How will I know whether I need a “Will” or a “Living Trust”?

After you have agreed to our terms of service, we provide a FREE consultation to answer your estate planning questions.  For most people with substantial estates, a revocable trust is preferable to a will, because there is continuity of your…

If I set up a Living Trust, can I be my own trustee?

Yes.  In fact, most people who create Living Trusts act as their own trustee - never relinquishing any control of their assets until their incapacity or death.  Married persons often serve as co-trustees, so upon the incapacity or death of…

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