Estate Planning

How Costs Often Hold People Back from Creating an Estate Plan

Creating an estate plan is an essential part of planning for the future and ensuring your wishes are respected. However, people are often held back from taking this important step by their perception of the cost of creating one. Most do not realize that the cost of creating an estate plan varies based on the type of plan and its complexities. Moreover, even if you need a more complex estate plan, the legal team at Gossen and Schaller, PLLC offers easy payment options for estate plans because we believe estate planning should be accessible to everyone—not just the wealthy.

The Costs of an Estate Plan and Why it is Important to Have One

Estate planning is a vital step in protecting your family’s interests. Without an estate plan, everything you worked for, your property, valuables, and money, will all get stuck in a potentially vicious legal battle among your loved ones. The costs you pay now can ultimately spare everyone a lot of unnecessary strife and ensure your assets are protected and are not spent on unnecessary taxes and legal fees.

While there are no one-size-fits-all estate plans, our legal team will work with you to meet your unique needs and create a payment plan that allows you to plan for your future without ending up in a difficult financial position. We will also discuss the cost of our services upfront, so you fully understand your options. Once you are settled on a payment plan, we will draft a written agreement that states the work we will do for you and its costs. With our team, you will never be in the dark about the future.

Schedule a Consultation with an Experienced Estate Planning Attorney Today!

If you would like to create an estate plan, but the costs are holding you back, the legal team at Gossen and Schaller, PLLC will work with you to ensure this important tool is financially accessible to you. Our estate planning team is backed by more than 20 years of collective legal experience, which we will use to your advantage.

Reach out to our law office today at (405) 267-9921 to set up a consultation with one of our knowledgeable estate planning attorneys.