One of our services is Affordable Documents. This is a service which will provide you access to commonly used documents such as Wills, Trusts, Deeds, Powers of Attorneys, etc., that we can provide you at a fraction of the cost that is usually charged for such services. This is not a “Self Help” web site that leaves you alone to determine what you need, this is service that will let you contact us, give us the information and then provide you with Attorney Prepared documents. You get an opportunity to discuss your needs with one of our attorneys for a half hour. If something more technical or specific is required, we’ll let you know and you can make the decision on whether to proceed. Here are some commonly used services:
- Estate Package
- Living Trust – Single (with Deed)
- Living Trust – Joint (with Deed)
- Living Trust – Amendment
- Durable Power of Attorney
- Last Will and Testament
- Will Package (Will, POA’s & Deed)
- Will Package – Joint (with Deed)
- Quit Claim Deed
- Beneficiary Deed
Simple Divorce Package
- Without Children
- With Children
A “Simple Divorce” is one that is unconstested by the parties. The parties will agree to the disposition of assets and debts and the care and custody of any children. Price includes Petition and Documents required to file the Divorce, a Separattion Agreement setting forth the parties agreement and a Journal Entry. The prices does not include Motions or other filings or matters that are contested. MLFKS has the sole discretion on whether the divorce is “Simple” and additional fees may be charged for additional hearing and document preparations.
*Court filing fees not included. More than one form listed may be required. Fees subject to change without notice, and are for document preparation only. Fees required by third parties, such as process servers, publication fees, or the further assistance of the attorney are additional, land will be fully explained prior to services being rendered.
Because estate planning needs vary from individual to individual, and in particular if your estate is in excess of $2 million, you should seek the advice of an accounting or tax professional, financial planner or estate planning advisor on these and other topics for your complete estate planning purposes.
If you’re interested, contact Kathe at (913) 912-7013 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org and she can send you a list of documents and the prices charged. The she’ll take your information and set up your appointments. It’s that easy.