Wills, Trusts, & Estates
Estate Planning for Peace of mind
“Bear Proof” Estate Planning
Do I Need An Estate Plan Before A Hunting Trip? How Is An Estate Plan “Bear Proof”?
Hunters and Outdoorsmen/women pride ourselves on getting into hard to reach places in the worst conditions to achieve the ultimate trophy. We spend a year or sometimes multiple years preparing, testing gear, and making the plan to carry out the hunt. Unfortunately, the most overlooked piece of essential gear for true outdoorsmen is protecting the family they leave at home. Having an estate plan in place before purposefully putting yourself in harms way is absolutely essential— Grizzlies, avalanches, rockslides, treacherous trails up sheer rock faces, and even being around other hunters with firearms are all but guaranteed on the most extreme and coveted hunting trips. In the event of the unthinkable, a “Bear Proof” estate plan will provide protection and predictability for your loved ones. Contact Attorney Nathaniel Gilbert for a custom tailored, flat fee estate plan before your next hunting adventure.
I Don’t Have a Lot of Assets or Money, Do I Still Need A Will? What If I’m Not Married?
Estate Plans are NOT just tools for the wealthy. Every individual or married couple should have a plan in place if they become incapacitated or die unexpectedly. Think of the estate plan as a gift for your family or loved ones— The absolute last thing you want your parents or siblings (if you are unmarried and have no children) having to think about while dealing with your passing is dealing with the questions about what to do with your property, where your money should go, or what kind of funeral you prefer. If you have an estate plan, even a Simple Will drafted by an attorney, your family will be able to know your wishes and have the peace of mind that they are doing exactly what you wanted. Contact Attorney Nathaniel Gilbert for a custom tailored, flat fee will as well as advanced medical and financial directives.
Popular Estate Planning Flat Fee Services
Last Will and Testament, Single or Married; $720-$1,100
Trusts For Family Plans; $2,250-$4,900
Total Trust Based Estate Plan (Assets Totaling $11M to $26M); $5,100-$7,250
Trust Based Wealth Management and Legacy Planning (Assets Over $26M); $10,500-$15,750
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