Simplified estate planning
Regardless of your age, financial circumstances, or marital status, an estate plan is an important tool that can protect you, your family, and your loved ones in the event of a sudden death or incapacitation. When it comes to creating your estate plan, there is a middle ground between simple online forms that may not be correct and spending hours and dollars with an attorney for unnecessarily complicated documents.
At McDonald Hopkins, we have simplified the estate planning process for young professionals, married couples, families with children, retirees, and all those who don’t need highly customized or complicated estate plans but who want to ensure their estates are taken care of correctly and reflect their best wishes. Our estate planning attorneys will help you decide which of our simplified estate plan options is right for you. After preparing your estate plan, an attorney will answer any questions and provide information on how and when to handle changes and instructions on what to do after you’ve signed your documents.
Click here for information on the different simple estate plan options we offer or let us know how we can help with your estate planning needs by filling out the form below.
Learn more about the different types of documents included in our simple estate plans by clicking on the links below:
- Durable power of attorney
- Medical directives
- Deed or transfer instrument
- Revocable living trust
Please note that these simplified estate planning options are not for everyone. If you are a business owner, have a large estate, have children with special needs, or have complex family dynamics, contact an individual member of our estate planning and probate team.