Protecting Your Family and Your Legacy at Every Life Stage
An AmeriEstate Living Trust Portfolio lets you control your assets throughout your lifetime and beyond while avoiding probate court and public-appointed attorneys. Let our estate-planning experts help protect what matters to you!
You do not have to be wealthy to have an estate. In fact, most of our families fall into a modest to middle-class income tier (generally estates that can be valued at $200K to $1 million). We make it our mission to help average American families protect their hard-earned lifetime assets and preserve those assets for their children and grandchildren.
You want to use an estate-planning attorney to create your Living Trust. There are far too many horror stories out there about self-created documents that actually have made things worse for the family involved. People often gravitate towards the do-it-yourself service or hire a shady attorney because estate-planning attorney fees go well beyond their means. This is where AmeriEstate fills the gap.
It is true that many estate-planning attorneys will charge upwards of several thousand dollars for this service. AmeriEstate charges less than half of what a traditional attorney charges and we deliver a product and service that far exceeds all needs and expectations.
The AmeriEstate Lifetime Living Trust Portfolio includes:
- Revocable Living Trust
- Pour-Over Will
- Advanced Health Care Directive
- Last Will and Testament
- Healthcare Power of Attorney
- Financial Power of Attorney
- In-Home Notary Service
- Guardianship (if needed)
- Conservatorship (if needed)
- Special needs provisions (if needed)
- Legal Plan Yearly Membership
- Professional Leather-Bound Portfolio Binder
Click here for a full list of what is included in the AmeriEstate Revocable Living Trust Portfolio.
People Who Need An AmeriEstate Living Trust
If you meet one of the following qualifications, you need to call us. We can guide you through the estate-planning process and educate you on how an AmeriEstate Living Trust can protect you and your family.
- Business owners
- Own property in another state
- Parents of minor children
- Possess $$ assets greater than state probate limit
- Singles with assets titled in their name
- Married with wishes separate from a spouse
- Involved in second or later marriage
- Have specific wishes for beneficiaries
- Wish to donate part of assets to charities
- Want to keep financial and other matters private
- Have special-needs dependent
- A desire to plan in case of incapacity