Fully Customized Trust for a Married Couple - $199
This option is for a married couple who are Illinois residents to write a Living Trust as part of an estate plan.
A Will is used to instruct probate court how to distribute your property. A Living Trust is a probate avoidance tool to never start the probate process at all.
You create the Trust and are called the grantor or trustor.
The trustee has compete power over property in the Trust. The original trustee is yourself.
The successor trustee transfers ownership of the principal (property) after your death.
Trust beneficiaries receive the principal (property) from the successor trustee.
The reason that property in the Trust avoids probate is because the trustee owns the property. Upon your death, a new trustee simply takes over that duty.
You shall receive a fully customized Living Trust based on your life, property, family, and personal preferences. Once payment is received and the written Attorney-Client agreement acknowledged, you will receive access to a secure collaborative file sharing platform to exchange documents and information, such as family details.
Unlike a Will, which would include two separate documents for each spouse, a Living Trust is a combined document. The Trust has provisions that identify whether particular items of property are owned separately by each spouse, but the Trust itself is a single multi-page document.
An add-on service is available if you own real estate that is meant to be included with the Living Trust for an additional fee and attorney-client agreement. The add-on includes the deed to transfer the real estate into the Trust.
Each page of the Trust includes a notary provision. While not required by law, Michael E. Byczek includes these provisions for the best possible protection.
Disclaimer: This package is only for residents of Illinois and is provided for personal non-commercial use.
For more information about Michael E. Byczek:
Law website: http://attorney.byczek.pro
Detailed profile: http://www.michaelbyczek.pro
This customized legal service requires a written Attorney-Client agreement. You must read, acknowledge, and submit the agreement before an attorney-client relationship is formed. You may send payment first, but legal services shall not be provided without the agreement.
Each spouse must submit their own separate attorney-client agreement. Only one fee is required, even though two agreements are submitted. This step is the virtual equivalent of two spouses signing a single physical contract in-person.
Online payments may be made with PayPal or Venmo through the following options (link opens a QR Code for payment).
1. Scan the QR code (below) for a one-time payment of $199 (click for a larger image)