If you went to an attorney, especially an experienced attorney who specialized in estate planning, you could expect to pay from $1,000 to $2,500 as an individual and from $1,500 to $5,500 for a married couple.
Even the cut-rate or discount firms, with their “cookie-cutter” forms, would charge you from $700 to $1,500. With Complete Estate Planning, you get the same quality estate plan as you would expect from an estate planning specialist for $295 for an individual and $495 for a married couple.
You can pay less on some other Internet sites, but you will be “getting what you pay for”! Most of the Internet options merely provide you with pre-printed forms for your completion; the sites which do some merging of information still use just a “one-size-fits-all” prepackaged form. The only other site which gives you some minimal options for the completion of your estate plan uses a “bait and switch” by charging you separately for all of the necessary documents and then for the transfer of any real property; by the time you pay them for all of the extras, you are paying substantially more than our price but not getting the completeness and sophistication of our software.
Don’t be fooled by our low price; remember, with our program you are getting all of the documents an attorney would prepare for you, with all of the detail an attorney would provide, without paying an attorney fee. You get this because you are using the same software that the attorney uses but with a custom interface designed for the non-attorney.