If you die without a properly prepared Estate Plan, it’s likely that much of your property will have to go through a court-mandated process called probate before any of your dependents and loved ones can receive anything.
This is a lengthy, public process, and it’s more expensive than ever. Outrageously, fees are calculated based on the so-called “gross value” of your property—meaning any mortgage on your house isn’t factored in. Just look at this chart:
And these costs could effectively be doubled, since the Executor of the estate is entitled to same compensation as the Attorney.
You shouldn’t put your loved ones through a drawn-out, ridiculously expensive, and bureaucratic procedure! For drastically less money, you can take care of your estate planning, which will save you money, will save your family from confusion in a dark time, and will give you peace of mind now.
"Marina provided outstanding service and was available to answer all of my questions and concerns in a timely manner. I particularly appreciated how clear and personable Marina was with my case. The final product was of excellent quality and exactly what we had discussed. I would recommend her to anyone with trust related questions or concerns."
- Bernard R., as posted on LinkedIn on April 11, 2012