How We Can Help
We provide estate planning that is affordable, customized, and carefully designed around the needs of your family. Our goal is to make it as easy as possible to protect your loved ones, preserve your assets, and provide a great future for your family.
Some common estate planning services we provide include:
- Living trust (also called a revocable trust)
- Pour-over will
- Durable Power of Attorney for Finances
- Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare Decisions
- Various “funding” documents, such as deeds, trust certifications and assignments
What Our Clients Think
Working with Tyson Cross was a great experience for us. He is thoughtful, courteous, professional, and comprehensive. I highly recommend this law firm for estate planning.Dennis P.
Last year, my wife and I had our first child and we were starting to get that uneasy feeling about not having a trust set up for our newly expanded family. Shortly thereafter I had the pleasure of meeting Tyson at a networking function. Some call it fate. I call it destiny. Not long after meeting Tyson and getting to know him better over the coming months, it became very apparent that he was the man for the job.
We set up an appointment with him to go over our options and to set up a plan of action that worked best for our family. He was extremely thorough and made sure we understood everything throughout the entire process.
Tyson is eager to help, highly professional, and an all around great guy. I highly recommend him. Thanks Tyson!Michael R.
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Estate planning is the process of choosing the people will receive your assets and handle your responsibilities after your death or incapacitation. The goal is to make sure your loved ones receive these things in the most cost-effective way possible. It also allows you to make sure your health care wishes are followed.
There are four key estate planning documents in every estate plan: a (1) last will and testament, (2) financial power of attorney, (3) medical power of attorney, and (4) HIPAA release.
Many people will also need a living trust, but not all.
A full estate plan including a living trust will cost in the range of $1,500 to $2,000. A simple estate plan without a living trust would be in the $500 to $750 range. The exact cost will depend on the complexity of your family and financial situation.
Yes, Estate Planning is not just for the rich. Everyone can benefit from having an estate plan, even if its a very simple one.