Who will care for your children?

Without naming a Guardian in your Will, a judge will make the decision as to who will have the care, custody and control of your children and the inheritance they receive. Often times this can cause family turmoil, as different family members fight for custody of the child. The only way to guarantee that your wishes are fulfilled is by naming a Guardian in your Will.

Who should decide how your assets are distributed?

So, you don’t have a Will? No big deal, right? Wrong! Without a Will state law dictates who gets your assets. This is true even if you have already told friends and family which assets you want them to have when you die. Regardless of how much or how little you may have, make sure your wishes are known by creating a Will.

Do You Want to Avoid Probate?

Ask anyone who has dealt with the death of a family member who didn’t have a Will or Trust in place, and they’ll tell you how frustrating, time consuming, and expensive it is to get everything sorted out. By creating a Revocable Living Trust and transferring your assets to it, you can save your family the time and expense of the probate process.

Who Will Make Your Health Care Decisions?

A Medical Power of Attorney names one you trust to make healthcare decisions on your behalf when you can’t. Your choices on what level of end-of-life care you wish to receive can only be guaranteed by completing a Living Will/Advance Directive. Your action now can prevent needless heartache for your loved ones during what will be a painful time for them.

Estate Planning Simplified

Netlaw is a revolutionary platform that helps customers quickly and affordably create their estate plans, using expert technology awarded by the American Bar Association for innovation. Founded by one of the nations leading estate planning law firms to address this massive market (about two thirs of adults do not have wills), Netlaw combines state-of-the-art software with attorney know-how to eliminate the hassle andexpenses of a lawyer.

The result is a comprehensive product that generates the essential, state-specific documents most needed - Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, etc - which can be completed online in about half an hour. These critical documents can then be stored in NetLaw's secure, cloud based LifeVault for convenient access or updating when life events occur.