Temecula Living Trust Attorney & Estate Planning Attorney

From $750 for Singles and from $950 for Couples

Complete Living Trust Package

Complete Living Trust Package
An Ironclad, Comprehensive Living Trust
Property Assignment(s)
Certification of Trust
Pour Over Will(s)
Power(s) of Attorney
A Trust Transfer Deed for Your Primary Residence
Asset Informational Guide

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Low Price Guarantee

We have a low price guarantee, simply stated: If you present us with a signed written quote for attorney fees for the same package of trust documents from another California law firm for a better price, we will beat that price by $100.

Why do you need a California Living Trust?

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Protect Your Estate

A living trust serves as a wonderful insulating layer of privacy and keeps your estate out of the court system. And fees that would otherwise be owed the probate court are saved and passed on to your selected beneficiaries.

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Avoid Probate

Too many people make the mistake of believing that merely having a will is enough to avoid probate, which is a trap for the unwary. In California, the mere value of assets exceeding $150,000 is enough to trigger a costly and time-consuming probate.

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Legal Peace of Mind

Only a living trust can provide you with the feeling of security in knowing that your assets and wealth will eventually pass to your selected beneficiaries.

We have a low price guarantee, simply stated: If you present us with a signed written quote for attorney fees for the same package of trust documents from another California law firm for a better price, we will beat that price by $100.

Complete Living Trust - Singles

750

  • Complete Living Trust Package
  • An Ironclad Comprehensive Living Trust
  • Property Assignment(s)
  • Certification of Trust
  • Pour Over Will(s)
  • Power(s) of Attorney
  • A Trust Transfer Deed for Your Primary Residence
  • Asset Informational Guide
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Complete Living Trust - Couples

950

  • Complete Living Trust Package
  • An Ironclad Comprehensive Living Trust
  • Property Assignment(s)
  • Certification of Trust
  • Pour Over Will(s)
  • Power(s) of Attorney
  • A Trust Transfer Deed for Your Primary Residence
  • Asset Informational Guide
Get Started

Meet Your Estate Planning Attorney

Estate Planning Attorney Paul Hanks has been actively practicing law as a licensed attorney in California for over 27 years. Attorney Hanks prides himself on client contact and satisfaction. He has very extensive experience in drafting comprehensive, ironclad living trust packages. Attorney Hanks has the most affordable rates. Paul Hanks is known as the most affordable of the law firms near me.

About Our Living Trust Attorney's Services

Iron Clad Living Trust Attorney offers great deals on complete living trust packages. They consist of the full array of personalized written instruments tailored to your individual estate needs. We include the following documents:

  • An Ironclad, Comprehensive Living Trust;
  • Property Assignment(s);
  • Certification of Trust;
  • Pour Over Will(s);
  • Power(s) of Attorney
  • A Trust Transfer Deed for Your Primary Residence;
  • Asset Informational Guide.

About the Firm

Iron Clad Living Trust is managed by Attorney Paul A. Hanks. He has a track record of 28 years in the practice of law in California. He has many years experience with estate planning and California living trusts. If you own multiple properties or are part of a corporation, partnership, or LLC, the cost may be slightly higher. We are always very affordable. All homeowners are encouraged to contact Attorney Paul A. Hanks at Iron Clad Living Trust directly for a free phone or in-office consultation.

Too many people make the mistake believing that having a will is enough to avoid probate. This is a trap for the unwary. In California, the mere value of assets exceeding $150,000 is enough to trigger a costly and time-consuming probate proceeding. Hawkers of information probe court filings such as probate, civil, family law and bankruptcy and sell this information for profit. All homeowners are encouraged to evaluate their estate needs. Protect yourself with a living trust. If you own a home but it is not part of a living trust, then you are probably an excellent candidate for a living trust. A living trust serves as a wonderful insulating layer of privacy. It keeps your estate out of the court system. You avoid fees that would otherwise be owed the probate court. This gives you more money to pass on to your selected beneficiaries.

Yet another added benefit of living trusts pertains to married couples. Only a living trust can provide you with the feeling of security in knowing that your assets and wealth will eventually pass to your selected beneficiaries. The California living trust specifies beneficiaries upon the second spouse’s death. The estate plan will pass as you have stated in the trust. A will cannot control a disposition in the future to the degree like a living trust can. The trust preserves the estate for your children. It guards against property winding up with someone outside of your next generation. Please do not hesitate to email Paul A. Hanks. He is an affordable attorney. Paul offers free consultation.

   

Questions that We Can Answer For You

Can you do a living trust yourself?: Before hiring an estate planning law firm, some clients are tempted by the cheap lure of the “do-it-yourself” approach. Generic prepackaged trusts and sample estate plans are widely available on the internet. These assembly line type trusts are peddled to a mass audience. Most clients are not trained in estate planning and they do not realize that any number of scenarios can arise which, if not addressed in the trust, could result in legal warfare and involvement of the probate court after the person’s death.

Do I need an attorney for living trust?: An attorney is a very wise choice for estate planning. Unfortunately, a person embarking on the “do-it-yourself” approach does not realize a critical mistake they made since the impact of the mistake is not felt until after their death. That is the danger of the do-it-yourself approach – the mistake is a lot different from a hole left in your roof that is quickly noticed as soon as the next rainfall. Instead, the mistake made by the “do-it-yourselfer” lays in silence and the damage is only made known until after the time of death, and by then it is too late to correct.

How do I choose an estate planning attorney?: There are many ways to locate a qualified estate planning attorney. Most important is that your choice of an estate attorney be someone who informs and educates you. An estate planning attorney should also be patient and take the time to guide the client through the process. Almost all estate planning law firms provide a free consultation, so the client should take advantage of the opportunity to meet the attorney and have all their questions answered at no charge.

How much does a lawyer charge for estate planning?: The cost of hiring an estate planning attorney can vary widely from one law firm to another. Factors in the cost include the size of the estate, and whether the trust is for a married couple or a single person. Attorney fees typically range anywhere from $750 to $1,500, and can go higher for wealthy estates.

What do estate planning attorneys do?: Estate planning attorneys do more than merely prepare estate plans. In order to select the best estate plan for their client, an estate planning attorney needs to be very well informed of the client’s assets and intentions for distribution of the estate. The most critical decision an estate planning attorney will make is the correct type of trust for the client.

What is the purpose of a living trust?: A revocable living trust has many purposes. A revocable living trust is designed to avoid probate and provide protections for your beneficiaries’ inheritance

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