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What Questions Should You Ask Your Estate Attorney?

When thinking about setting up an estate plan, there are various questions you may be faced with. As such, you want to place the dealings of your estate in the hands of someone you can trust and feel comfortable with. With that said, here are some questions you should ask your estate attorney.

What is your experience dealing with trusts and estates?
How long will it take to complete the estate planning process?
Will the estate attorney send you documentation to review?
Will the estate attorney assist in funding your assets into a revocable living trust?
Does the estate attorney offer an updating and maintenance program?
Does the estate attorney quote a fixed price after reviewing your estate planning project?
Will the estate attorney be available when you need assistance or help with any one matter?
If any issues arise which are indirectly related to my estate, will the estate attorney be able to assist?
Is the estate attorney’s primary focus on estate planning?
How do you avoid the probate process?
These are all very important questions and an estate attorney, or estate attorney South Africa, should be able to assist in a favourable manner.

What Questions Should You Ask Your Estate Attorney?

 

What Questions Should You Ask Your Estate Attorney?

 

What Questions Should You Ask Your Estate Attorney?

 

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