We discuss attorney fees up front, thereby taking the surprise out of the bill for services rendered. We believe that one of the purposes of estate and business planning is peace of mind, and that includes knowing what you are getting into when you begin the work of planning for the future. It is important for clients to ask questions and discuss options. Consequently, we will provide you with a solid estimate at the beginning of the process, so that you, the client, are more at ease to discuss your concerns rather than worrying about how much it will cost to ask a question. The more educated you are as a client about estate planning and business law the easier it will be to make decisions for yourself, your loved ones and your business partners.

To provide guidance about your investment the following schedule lists an average cost for the services indicated.

Will Package per person, includes a Durable Power of Attorney, Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act release, End of Life Directive and Will $650
Irrevocable Trust $1,500
Revocable Trust $1,500
Incorporation, excluding Secretary of State’s $70 filing fee. $500
Operating Agreement $2,000
Partnership Agreement $2,000