Legal Plans Are the Affordable Way to Create a Will
Seven Out of Ten People Don’t Have a Will, But It Costs Less Than You Think
by David Schoenthal
Seven out of ten people do not have a will, and nine out of ten minorities do not have a will. We recently learned that the iconic singer Prince did not have a will, and now his estate may be subject to state probate.
Most people do not get their will done because of the cost and the lack of time available to complete it. The cost for creating a standard will can range between $500 and $2,000. One of the many benefits in a legal plan is that a will doesn’t cost anything extra; it’s part of the plan.
If you have a business, not having a will in place can put your business in jeopardy of not going to the family members or other people you want to have the business transitioned to upon your passing.
In addition to providing a will, family and individual legal plans provide unlimited legal advice, document review, letters and calls made on your behalf, 24-hour 365-day-a-year emergency access to an attorney, residential loan documentation, adoption, name change, uncontested divorce, traffic tickets and more.
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David Schoenthal is an Executive Director with LegalShield.