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We offer fair and straightforward flat fees on estate planning matter. For probate and trust administration, we offer an individualized assessment to determine the fee; however, the fee is typically paid out of the estate or trust assets.

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How are payments processed?
We accept cash, check, or credit cards. We utilize online billing invoices and secure payment systems.
Do you have payment plans?
Yes. Generally, our estate planning flat fee charges are due when you decide to proceed with our services after a free consultation, but plans are available. Probate charges are generally paid out of the estate proceeds and not out of pocket.
Do I have to pay by the hour?
Most of our work is done on a flat fee basis, meaning you pay a set price for all of the work.  No surprises! In trust administration or complex matters, we may take the case on an hourly fee basis instead. Probate charges will typically be paid out of the estate.