Stop Procrastinating – Protect Your Family Before It is Too Late
If you have procrastinated up to now and do not have a documents to protect your loved ones and if you do not take the next step now and purchase one of our two estate plans, the sad reality is that you will most likely continue to procrastinate for many years to come and probably will die without protecting your family. That’s ok if you want the State of Arizona to decide who inherits your property and if you don’t care about the problems and expense your family may suffer if you die without planning ahead.
Isn’t your family your most valuable asset? Don’t you want your family to have the protection that a good estate plan can provide? If the cost is preventing you from making an appointment, compare the cost of an estate plan against money you have spent on things for yourself such as a flat screen TV, furniture, swimming pool, computer system, hi-fi system, car or SUV, boat, country club membership, jewelry, art and other “toys” or expensive items. Don’t spend more on “stuff” than you do to protect your family if something happens to you.
Our Estate Plan
Our fee for our Gold estate plan with a revocable living trust is $3,497 for a single person and $4,497 for a married couple. People who bought a Gold LLC from us get a $1,000 discount off the price of this estate plan. To purchase the Gold estate plan complete our Gold Estate Plan questionnaire. If you buy this estate plan make an appointment for a free phone call, office or video conference with Richard C. Keyt by using his online scheduling calendar or by calling our estate planning legal assistant Michelle Watkins at 480-664-7413. During this meeting Ricky will answer your questions and work with you to design your estate plan.
Do You Have Any Estate Planning Questions?
If you have any questions about wills, trusts, estate planning or our two estate plans call or email one of us.
Get Free Access to the Keyt's Estate Planning eBook Called Family Asset Protection
See the Keyt’s ebook about wills, trusts and estate planning called “Family Asset Protection.” This book gives you more information about these important documents and how they protect your loved ones.