Electronic Estate Planners is a convenient, online, estate planning service.  We offer self-prepared estate plans online to individuals and to traditional and nontraditional married couples.  An experienced, licensed attorney is available to either review your estate plan or to actually draft your estate plan for you.


Our services are offered according to a fixed fee schedule.  Our pricing plans are meant to accommodate people with sizeable/complex estates as well as those with more simple estate planning needs.

Take a look.  We hope you agree that you can’t afford to be without a well conceived estate plan.  Pick the documents that fit your needs and get started now.  Activate your account.  Get your interview started.  Finish the interview.  Take a look at your draft estate plan.  Make any revisions.  Mark it complete.  Push Finish.  We will be immediately notified of your completed estate plan.  After our review, we will call you with any questions we may have.  Then we mail it to you for your review.

Protect yourself, your family and loved ones.  Protect your assets.  Have your wishes carried out in the event of your incapacity or death.  Our unique on-line estate planning service will conveniently assist you in planning your affairs in the case of your incapacity or death, so that you can worry about what matters… those you love and who love you.


The Electronic Estate Planners is available seven (7) days a week.  You can get started at your convenience.  Our staff can schedule mutually convenient appointments on week days, evenings and weekends.


Electronic Estate Planners’ fixed fee pricing structure includes all of the documents which the vast majority of individuals need to protect their loved ones.  Fees begin as low as $295 for individual, self-prepared, general powers of attorney or health care powers.


Here’s an overview of Electronic Estate Planners’ estate planning process:

  • Activate your account with Electronic Estate Planners
  • Select Individual, Traditional or Nontraditional Married Couple
  • Select Self-Prepared, Attorney Reviewed or Attorney Prepared Estate Plan
  • Fill in a simple questionnaire
  • Review your draft documents
  • Receive your documents with instructions how to properly sign/execute them

Here is an in-depth look at how Electronic Estate Planners’ estate planning process works:

  • Begin with a secure, simple questionnaire completed at your leisure, in one session or in as many sessions as you need, to ensure that all of your pertinent information is included in the decision-making process.
  • Once this questionnaire is completed, an estate planning attorney will analyze your situation to make an initial determination regarding how your individual and family needs should be addressed in your estate plan.
  • An informative consultation with an estate planning attorney will be scheduled at a time convenient for you. Your options, questions and concerns will be addressed. The discussion will be used by the estate planning attorney to devise an appropriate strategy for your individual and family situation.
  • After the initial consultation, your draft estate planning documents are emailed to you. After you have reviewed your draft documents, a further consultation will be scheduled if needed.
  • Now that your outstanding questions have been resolved, any necessary alterations will be made to your documents. Final estate planning documents will be mailed to you with detailed instructions on how to proceed with signing or executing your documents.
  • Many people obtain living trusts from purely on-line services, but then do not “fund” their living trust. Only those assets formally transferred into the living trust will enjoy its benefits – for example, avoiding probate. Establishing a living trust and then failing to fund it is a waste of time and money, leaving your assets exposed to expensive and lengthy probate, as well as potential threats from creditors and others.
  • Electronic Estate Planners helps you complete the final stages, wrapping up the process of ensuring your estate plan really does become effective, protecting your loved ones.