Making an estate plan

If you’re like a lot of people, you have a nagging feeling that you need to make an Estate Plan, but you haven’t gotten around to it because it sounds hard or expensive or just unpleasant. We’re here to help. With All Write Legal Doc’s, making a legal Document doesn’t have to be difficult.

You’re smart to pay attention to that nagging feeling: Almost everyone needs some form of an Estate Plan. It lets you leave your property, name a guardian for young children and eliminate uncertainty about your wishes—all of which will spare your family headaches later.

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Avoid probate

And a will isn’t the only thing to think about. In addition, you may want to take steps to help your family avoid probate court proceedings after your death. And everyone should consider preparing a living will and durable powers of attorney—important documents that can help you stay in control of your own health care and financial choices while saving your family lots of hassles and heartaches, too. You can use All Write Legal Doc’s to prepare these legal tools, and more.


Becoming a parent is what may have motivated you to buckle down to the task of getting your Estate Plan in the first place.

If you are the parent of young children, your Estate Plan is the perfect place to address some driving concerns you are likely to have if you die before they are grown. These concerns include:

  • Who will care for your children?
  • Who will manage their property?

An Estate Plan lets you make these decisions separately. It gives you the option of placing the responsibilities in the hands of the same person or, if need be, naming different people.