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Michael B.

“I recently worked with your team on my estate planning needs and I just wanted to reach out to let you know how impressed I was with the level of communication and customer service I received. Your team was always available to answer my questions and guide me through the process. Thank you for making it such a seamless experience!”

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“I can’t say enough good things about the ease of use of your services. The process was so simple and straightforward, and I was able to complete everything from the comfort of my own home. Thank you for being so reliable and delivering such a fantastic experience!”

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“I was hesitant to start the estate planning process, but your team made it so easy and stress-free. The value for the money I received was top-notch and the quality of service was fantastic. I can’t recommend your team enough!”

Protect Your Hard-Earned Assets

Estate Plans Provide Comprehensive Security

Estate planning can help solve a variety of issues that can arise when a person becomes incapacitated or passes away.

Some of the problems that estate planning can solve include:

Avoid Probate

Probate is a legal process that can be time-consuming, expensive, and public. Estate planning can help avoid probate, which can save time and money for your heirs and ensure that your assets are distributed according to your wishes.

Minimizing Taxes

Estate planning can help minimize taxes, which can help your heirs receive more of your assets. With proper planning, you can reduce estate taxes, gift taxes, and income taxes.

Protect Your Assets

Estate planning can help protect your assets from creditors and lawsuits. With the right legal instruments, you can ensure that your assets are passed on to your beneficiaries or heirs and not to creditors or litigators.

Determine Your Wishes

Estate planning allows you to dictate how your assets are distributed and how your affairs are managed. By creating a plan, you can ensure that your wishes are followed and that your loved ones are taken care of.

What An Estate Plan Includes

A comprehensive estate plan typically includes:

  • ensuring your assets get distributed how you want
  • minimize government control over your assets
  • reduction of the money you lose to taxes on your assets
  • make sure the right person has decision-making power
  • make sure your religious culture and choices respected
  • make sure doctors don’t keep you in a vegetative state
  • or make sure doctors don’t pull the plug
  • make sure your organs are or are not donated
  • determine who gets your life insurance and retirement accounts
  • determine who runs your businesses and what they do with them

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The Hidden Benefits Of An Estate Plan

And Why You Need to Consider One Today.

Do you want to make sure that your loved ones get taken care of after you’re gone? We can help! At The Hive Law, we offer a range of estate planning services to give you peace of mind. Here’s what you get:

  • Free Consultation. You deserve an estate plan that suits your needs (not a cookie-cutter “plan”). You can get a free consultation to learn more about our services. 
  • Flat-Fee Billing. You should get simple and easy-to-understand billing. That’s why we charge a flat fee for our estate planning services. You won’t have to worry about any surprise bills.
  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee: You’ll be happy with our services. But let’s say that for any reason you’re not happy. We’ll refund your money and donate $100 to the charity of your choice.
  • Electronic Document Storage. We’ll provide you with FREE 12-month access to our online document storage. You’ll have peace of mind knowing that your important documents are safe and secure.
  • VIP Administrative Assistant: We’re here to serve you! If you need copies or scans, or if you need legal documents sent to a title company or insurance agent, let us know. We’ll take care of it for free.
  • Empathetic and Knowledgeable. We understand that estate planning can be a sensitive and emotional process. We’ll provide you with compassionate guidance through life’s most difficult situations.
  • Family Legacy Strategy Sessions. Save time and money with a 30-minute Family Legacy Strategy Session. During this session, we will talk about your goals and your estate planning options.
  • Free Calls for Life: We’re always here to support and serve our clients. You can call us anytime with questions, and we’ll make sure you get the answers you need. This FREE service is part of the over-the-top service you deserve.

Rebecca M.

“I just wanted to express my gratitude to your team for making the estate planning process so straightforward and stress-free. They were extremely responsive, friendly, and knowledgeable, and made sure that I understood every aspect of the plan. I feel much more at ease knowing that my affairs are in order, and I would recommend your firm to anyone in need.”

Alexander H.

“Your team went above and beyond to help me create a comprehensive estate plan that met all of my wishes. They were extremely patient and thorough, taking the time to explain everything in detail and answer all of my questions. Their expertise and professionalism gave me the confidence I needed to make the right decisions for my family’s future.”


Protect Your Wishes

(End-of-Life Decisions You Need to Make Now)

Let’s say that you become incapacitated and are unable to make decisions.

Someone else will need to step in and make decisions for you.

What if your spouse is incapacitated with you (i.e., you both get into a car accident)?

The government may take control if you do not have an estate plan.

However, you can avoid this situation with the help of an estate attorney.

We will set up a:

  • healthcare directive
  • power of attorney

These allow you to choose who will be responsible for making decisions on your behalf if you become incapacitated.

These documents will also give you control over how those decisions are made.

In a healthcare directive, you can specify your wishes for medical treatment. 

This includes decisions like:

  • do you want life-sustaining treatments (i.e., ventilators and feeding tubes)
  • do you want to remain in a vegetative state
  • do you want someone to “pull the plug” 

 You can also specify your preferences for:

  • pain management
  • organ donation
  • other end-of-life decisions 

“Other end-of-life decisions” include things like:

  • preferences for hospice or palliative care
  • spiritual or religious practices
  • funeral or burial arrangements
  • the use of experimental or alternative treatments

With the guidance of an estate lawyer, you can ensure that you have the ability to live and die with dignity.

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What Happens If You Don't Have An Estate Plan?

(Intestacy, Incapacitation, And Minor Children)

Let’s say you don’t have an estate plan.

The state’s intestacy laws will determine how your assets are distributed after you pass away.

This means that your assets may not be distributed in the way that you would want them to be.

And, without an estate plan, your loved ones may face a long and costly probate process.

What if you become incapacitated during scenarios like:

  • an unexpected stroke
  • a car accident from a driver texting and driving
  • an illness that creeps up on you
  • or aging

Your family can’t make decisions on your behalf without a healthcare directive or power of attorney. 

They will have to petition the courts to have a guardian or conservator appointed

This could take weeks and you may have to pay a lawyer to get involved. 

(Meaning, it’s going to be expensive.)

That means that, while you’re incapacitated, no one can tell your doctor what you want.

(And, more importantly, what you don’t want.) 

Also, let’s say you have children under 18 years old.

Without an estate plan, the government determines who will become their legal guardian if both parents pass away.

Your children could get placed in the care of someone who does not share your values or parenting style.

(And worse, your kids could get placed in foster care if the courts deem it the best option.)

Basically, not having an estate plan can lead to:

  • unintended consequences
  • disputes among family members

You should work with an experienced estate planning attorney to create n estate plan that:

  • reflects your wishes
  • protects your loved ones
  • protects your assets
  • loses less to taxes
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You’ve worked your whole life to build your wealth. 

Don’t let it chance getting lost to taxes, probate fees, litigation, or creditors

With us, you get the expert guidance needed to avoid these problems

And you can make sure your loved ones are taken care of

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