I have children younger than 18
I own a home
I own a business
I have more than $166k in assets
I want my children to be older than 18 before they receive their inheritance
I want to talk to an estate planning attorney
Last Will & Testament
Based on the information you provided, a simple will would probably meet your objectives.Start Now
By completing your Last Will & Testament with Modern Trust you'll receive a completed final Will document, tailored to your specifications. Once you're finished with your Last Will & Testament, remember to print out and sign your Will in front of disinterested witnesses, in the area provided.
Based on the information you've provided a living trust would probably be the right thing for you. A living trust will avoid probate and help you preserve your privacy. You can also amend or change your living trust any time you like.Start Now
You'll receive a Living Trust and a Will. Your living trust will be a fully executable living revocable trust document. You can maintain the document online. You'll also receive a Pourover Will, which is a special type of Last Will and Testament in order to provide extra protection for your living trust. If you forgot to transfer an asset to your living trust, your Last Will & Testament will pour the assets over into the trust after you're gone.
Talk to An Attorney
Sometimes it's helpful to talk to a experienced professional. If you have legal questions, an estate planning attorney may be able to help. Select this option if you would like personalized legal advice from an experienced estate planning attorney.Start Now
By selecting this option you'll be able to speak directly to an experienced estate planning attorney who can answer your questions about wills and trusts and any related tax and estate planning issues. You'll start off with a 2-week consultation period during which you can speak to the lawyer for up to one hour. You can also arrange more time if you feel you need it.