Start preparing for your future with an estate plan
Talk with a Utah attorney via Zoom or over the phone and create a tailored estate plan without leaving your home or office.
Reasons you should have an estate plan
Having a complete estate plan is the best way to ensure that your assets are transferred after your death just the way you want. If you die without a will, Utah state laws will determine who will receive your property and also who will take care of your minor children.
If you want to leave an inheritance to your heirs, name someone to be a guardian for your children, donate money to charity, protect your financial and healthcare decisions, and ensure your final wishes are carried out, you need a complete estate plan today.
Decide how your property will be distributed
Determine how your property will be divided among your heirs. Without a will and estate plan, the courts will determine what happens to your assets and property, as well as how your assets will be transferred upon your death. Having the proper documents can save your family members time, money, and frustration and will ensure your assets are dispersed according to your wishes.
Decide who will take care of your minor children
Choose someone to manage your finances
Avoid probate and leave an inheritance
Without a will, your estate may be subject to delays and fees. To make a difficult time easier on your family, you’ll want to avoid probate at all costs and continue to provide for your children and family after death. If you die without an estate plan, the courts will decide who gets your assets.
How do I get my Utah estate plan started?
A last will and testament is the backbone to a complete estate plan. Without a will, Utah state laws will determine what happens to your property. There are other things you should also consider when creating an estate plan, such as your dependents, potential heirs, and managing your finances and healthcare. Our experienced Utah estate planning attorneys will review your current situation and help you determine the best plan for you. Start with a free estate plan review today so you can see the options available to you.
A complete estate plan consists of the following documents:
Virtual estate planning and probate at your convenience
We simplified the process to make it easier for you to prepare for the future and take care of your family — without leaving your home or office.
Book an appointment
Use our easy-to-use scheduling tool to select a day and time to meet virtually.
Meet with a licensed Utah attorney about your estate planning needs.
Review and approve
Receive a draft of your estate plan within 7 business days.
Why choose us?
Protecting your family with an estate plan is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. With Utah Legal Express, you get the benefit of working with a trusted Utah attorney that will listen to you and create the best plan for your unique situation.
We have been doing this for over 40 years and know how to navigate these difficult topics to give your family peace long after you are gone. By going virtual, we have eliminated expensive overhead and will pass those savings directly to you.
Don't rely on automated websites like LegalZoom when it comes to your family and future. Receive professional service and direction from a trusted Utah estate planning attorney.
You can be confident you are getting the best plan for your unique situation. We have been doing this for over 40 years and helped thousands of Utah families with their legal needs.
Meet with a trusted Utah attorney via Zoom video or over the phone from the comfort of your own home or office.
Creating an estate plan can often seem difficult and overwhelming. We will simplify the difficult issues for you and create a personalized plan for your situation within 7 days.
Estate Plan Packages
Save time and money with our estate plan packages and receive Utah state specific legal documents from a trusted Utah attorney.
No hidden fees — flat rate costs so you know what to expect.
Avoid probate and continue providing for your children and family after your death
Living trust, last will and testament, property transfer deed, power of attorney and health care directive.
Ensure that your assets are transferred after your death just the way you want.
Last will and testament, power of attorney and health care directive.
Our mission is to strengthen and unite Utah families by providing convenient and affordable legal services from the comfort of their own home.
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