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Legal Advice at the Speed of LifeTM from a Licensed Attorney – Right here in Colorado

The RockyMountainWill™.com fee schedule is as follows:

Fee Schedule

Legal Service Legal Fee

 Will Plan
(Individual)

$249.00
 
Will Plan
(Husband & Wife)

$349.00




Expedited Fee
(optional) 

+$150.00

* Fees are subject to change without notice. Expedited service is available for an additional fee of $150.00 per Will plan. Expedited document drafts will be sent to the client within 3-5 business days.

Description of Services:

Distribution of your estate to primary beneficiary(ies) with contingent beneficiaries named if the primary predeceases you (i.e., typically a married couple would list the spouse as primary beneficiary with children named as contingent beneficiaries). Includes up to five (5) specific devises of tangible or intangible property and/or one (1) pre-residuary specific devise of real estate to one (1) beneficiary (see "Can I Make Specific Bequests In My Will" and "Should I Mention Real Estate In My Will" in the FAQs for more information). If you have children, the plan includeds a simple trust provision for minor/young adult children and names a guardian to take care of any minor until they reach eighteen (18) years of age. Inclueds a memorandum of disposition for tangible personal property which can be revised at a later date without the help of an attorney.

What Do I Get for the Money?

  1. Attorney Consultation: Up to 20 minutes of legal consultation with a licensed Colorado Wills Attorney either by phone or e-mail (your preference). Most consultations are 10-15 minutes in length for your convenience. Consultations will occur between 9:00am and 5:00pm MST Monday through Friday.
  2. Last Will & Testament: A last will and testament custom drafted according to your specifications in the online questionnaire. Names a Personal Representative to settle your estate and a Guardian for minor children (if necessary).
  3. Memorandum of Disposition: A sample memorandum of disposition which can be used for the distribution of tangible personal property. The memorandum can be revised by you at any time, without the assistance of an attorney.
  4. Financial Durable Power of Attorney: Names an agent to make financial decisions on your behalf.
  5. Signing Instructions: Detailed signing instructions for the Will and Power of Attorney.
  6. Self-Proving Affidavit: A document which substitutes for the in court testimony of the attesting witnesses (the persons who witness the signing of a will), saving the estate significant probate expenses.
  7. Estate Plan Closing Letter: A letter of instruction regarding non-probate assets and safeguarding your Will and Power of Attorney.

What Services Are Not Provided by RockyMountainWill™.com?

Although not an all inclusive list, we do not provide the following services online: wills with complex trusts for minors, wills with more than 5 specific bequests, wills with more than one specific bequest of real property, health care power of attorney documents, special needs trusts, QTIP trusts, revocable living trusts, bypass trusts, or estate planning for non-U.S. citizens. We do not provide tax advice of any kind. We do not create estate plans which disinherit a spouse, child, or other family member. Complex drafting is required to accomplish such a goal. We do not provide estate plans for same-sex couples. Such estate plans require complex advice regarding various state and federal laws. We do not provide estate planning for taxable estates (estates near or over $5.38 million). For more information regarding complex Wills or Trusts, please e-mailAdvancedServices@RockyMountainWill.com and one of our attorneys will be glad to talk with you. We do not offer complex Wills through an online format; however, our estate planning attorneys can provide such services statewide at your request after a free, no obligation phone consultation.