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If you are new to estate planning, like anything new, you may have these questions:

what it is? 

why is important? 

what is the process?

what will it cost? 

All of these questions can be answered during our initial consultation.


As far as cost goes, it is difficult to provide a price to someone from just hearing "I am single and have no children," "I am married," or "I don't need or have much." There is more to learn about you that goes into the planning, such as details about your family dynamic, goals, wishes, and ideas about how you see or would like to see things (your assets, property, minor children, etc.) handled if you become incapacitated and after death.

The price for an estate plan (generally a flat fee) is usually determined after an initial conversation. 

Kelly T. Braun, Esq. - Estate Planning - Wills and Trusts - The Law Office of Kelly T. Braun, PLLC

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