Compassion, Concern, Clarity
It's hard for you to think about your own mortality. Most of us struggle with these thoughts. Once we start facing it, we can be plagued by many questions:
- Who will take care of my children?
- Who will happen to my estate?
- Do I need a trust?
- Do I need to be concerned about taxes?
The list goes on. Tackling these questions can be very emotional and even a little scary. If you've already talked with another law firm, you were probably greeted by the disinterested or even cold tone of someone who seems to not care about your situation.
We think about things differently than most law firms which is why over 90 percent of new clients come to us from referrals. When dealing with the challenges of an estate plan here's how we're different:
- You're first meeting is complementary so you can determine what steps you need to take are appropriate.
- You will be treated with compassion, concern, and we will take the time to ask questions so you can educate us about your goals and objectives.
- You decide the timing of how your plan is prepared. If there's an emergency, we can usually accommodate special appointments and meet with you at your home or care facility if you are physically challenged. Our office is easily accessible if your mobility is challenged. On the other hand, you may want to take time to think about things a bit longer. You're in control!
- Your questions concerning probate, powers of attorney, living trusts, advanced health care directives, and other concerns will be answered in clear and concise language--not "legalese."
We are confident your experience with us will be uniquely rewarding.
At Equal Justice Law Group, "Every Client Is A Partner!"
Over 90 percent of new clients who come to us concerning estate planning are referred from other clients we have served in the past.
The reasons are not always clear, but a common comment we receive from clients