Pasadena, MD asked in Estate Planning for Georgia

Q: what is the charge for a revocable trust and will?

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Nina Whitehurst
Nina Whitehurst
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  • Estate Planning Lawyer
  • Crossville, TN

A: There is no standard rate for estate planning, and every estate plan is different, so fees can vary quite dramatically. The only way to find out is to consult with actual estate planning attorneys in your area.

I would also caution you not to be penny wise and pound foolish. You get what you pay for. Look for an attorney that specializes in estate planning. If an attorney advertises that he or she does divorce, DWIs, criminal defense, workers comp, civil litigation and also wills and trusts, you probably will get a lower price, but that is because the attorney is factoring in the fact that he or she is not a specialist, and you will likely end up with cookie cutter documents.

Andrew Popp agrees with this answer

Robert W. Hughes Jr.
Robert W. Hughes Jr.
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  • Estate Planning Lawyer
  • Lawrenceville, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: How much does a car cost? Well, it all depends on what you are looking for. It probably will cost at least $2,500 and maybe as much as $10,000 depending on what is needed.

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