When pricing out what it would cost to have an estate plan written, there are many factors to consider. We have all heard of the term, “You get what you pay for” and this is definitely an area you do not want to short yourself in. You could start out by doing a little research on your own and understand what the bare essentials of an estate plan are. Not all wills are the same and the amount of detail needed will greatly depend on each family’s unique dynamics.
The cost of funerals has been on the rise for decades, making it hard to afford even the most basic options. A ballpark figure to expect when it comes to planning a funeral is between $6,000-$10,000 and up, depending on specific details. Let’s look at what makes the average funeral so expensive: · Funeral Home: Most [...]
An Emergency Medical Authorization is a limited health care power of attorney that allows for a caregiver to seek medical attention for someone, in the event of not being able to contact a legal guardian. This document is known by many different names, such as a “medical release form”. While the most common type [...]