Wills & Estate Planning
Now is the time to make sure your affairs are in order. It is imperative to make sure your illness, incapacity, and/or death does not leave your family with legal issues and unnecessary stress.
Lakeisha Simms Dunbar has the experience and process to ensure all of your wills, trust, living will, advance directive, and other estate planning documents are professional and thorough.
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How Does This Process Work?
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Once complete, you will be taken to our estate planning questionnaire. Your questionnaire is necessary for us to have a productive consultation. Not ready to complete the questionnaire? No Worries! You will be emailed a link to the questionnaire to be completed at your convenience.
Once you have submitted your questionnaire, within 1 business day, you will be emailed a link to schedule your 30-minute Zoom consultation. Our estate planning consultations are $100 and payment is due at the time of booking. If you retain our office to complete your plan, we will give you a $100 credit toward your fee.
At your will consultation, we will go over your estate planning goals and decide the best estate plan for your budget and goals.
After your consultation, you will receive a detailed email with the documents proposed in your estate plan and the cost. You will also receive your contract and payment link to retain the firm.
Once you have completed the contract and paid at least 50% of your estate plan cost, we will begin drafting your plan. The drafting process takes approximately 10-14 business days.
Your drafts will be emailed to you for review. At this time, you may schedule a call with the attorney to discuss any questions are changes. Once your plan is approved, the balance of your plan cost would be due.
Once the final payment is received, you will be contacted by our document specialist, an experienced mobile notary, to schedule a time to come to your home and execute your plan.
After your signing, the attorney will review your originals to make sure they were executed correctly. Within 10 business days, your original & organized estate plan will be mailed to you for review and safekeeping.