Los Angeles, CA (PressExposure) April 01, 2011 -- Living Trusts and Wills are now available from the law firm of Springer and Pollock. The firm specializes in estate planning, living trusts, deeds and more. The firm's online site offers living trusts and wills completion online nationwide to 50 states.
The process is very simple and takes less than 15 minutes to complete. Once a client fills out the form online with necessary information to complete the living trust, company's attorneys look over the information and prepare the documents. It generally takes no more than 24 hours to complete a trust and send it to the client via UPS. The living trust and the accompanying documents are printed on high quality paper, in a deluxe three ringed estate plan binder. Accompanying the Living Trust are easy to follow instructions for transferring various assets into client's trust together with sample letters to send to bankers, stock brokers and insurance agents.
Unlike the other internet legal service providers, Springer and Pollock is a n actual law firm where the information provided is reviewed by a lawyer. The law firm brings its over 35 years of expertise to online and having its services available to masses for a one affordable price. The package includes a living trust, pour over will, durable power of attorney for finances, durable power of attorney for healthcare, living will (directive to physician re life support system), estate plan book binder, instructions for administering living trust, successor trustee instructions, documents necessary to transfer property into clients trust and satisfaction guarantee warranty. The firm also offers at no cost shipping of the package in its one affordable price.
Having a living trust avoids many problems in the future, such as complex probate proceedings, out-of-state probate, protects "second marriage" families and more. A living trust allows quick distribution to heirs, because normal probate usually takes between one to two years. Complex probate can take much longer. The estate does not have to be large in order for it to be a complex probate. During this period of time, assets are frozen and cannot be distributed to heirs. With a Living Trust, upon a death the person(s) client chooses can take immediate action to distribute assets to client's heirs. On the other hand, if people do not wish their heirs to receive their inheritance until a certain age, that can also be controlled by the trust.