Thank you for visiting the Wills and Estate Planning section of our website. Whether you are searching for an attorney to assist you in drafting your Will and other estate planning documents or simply just searching the web for information, you have come to the right place.
Everyone should have a Will. Often, people put off having a Will, thinking that creating a Will is something only the elderly or ill need to consider. Others believe that they do not have enough wealth or property to necessitate a Will. That is simply not true, every responsible adult should have a Will.
Here are a few reasons why you should have a Will:
At Ruben Law Firm our Wills and Estate Planning Attorneys know how busy life can be. We know that you have taken a big step just visiting the website and thinking about obtaining estate planning documents. Our goal is to make the process as convenient and affordable for you as possible. Our process consists of two meetings.
During the initial meeting, we first spend some time getting to know you and your goals. You will meet with one of our attorneys and discuss your objective and we will guide you through your estate planning process. Prior to the initial appointment, we send you a Client Information Form. Some people fill it out before they come in, others do not, it’s entirely up to you, but it gives you an idea of the type of information that we are going to be asking you about. When you come in, we will give you a customized plan and discuss the range of fees on our Wills and Estate Planning packages. Every client is unique but we can promise you this. Our fees will likely be lower than any other Wills and Estate Planning law firm in the area. We pride ourselves in doing quality work at a reasonable cost. YOU WILL NOT BE CHARGED FOR THE FIRST MEETING. If you decide that you would like us to prepare your Wills and Estate Planning Documents than you can pay a portion up front and pay the remainder when we have completed our work.
At the second meeting we will review your estate plan with you and ensure that you leave the meeting with a full understanding of your plan. Your estate plan will be signed an notarized and you will leave with an original of your documents and keep a copy in our files for you. We will explain to you the steps that you will need to take, if any, from that point further.
The first step is to reach out to us by phone or by filling out the contact form to your right. Our phones are answered 24/7 and we respond to email very quickly. You will see that our client service is second to none. And remember, the initial meeting is free of charge, so you have nothing to lose by reaching out to us.