Estate Planning

It is common for people to avoid or delay estate planning. Some don't like to dwell on their own mortality; others assume that they'll have plenty of time to get to it someday. In spite of these understandable attitudes, it is important for your future and the future of your loved ones to have a well-written estate plan in place.

At the Law Office of Kevin A. O'Brien, we strive to make estate planning easy, convenient and affordable. And because our practice is focused exclusively on estate planning, administration and probate, you can be confident that your estate plan will be comprehensive, thorough and legally sound.

The Basics: Included Documents And Pricing

Our estate planning services begin with a standard set of documents. At the very least, your estate plan will include:

  • A will
  • One or more trusts
  • A deed to transfer your home to a trust
  • A living will
  • Designated powers of attorney (both financial and medical)

During an initial, no-obligation consultation, we will help you determine if you need additional documents that may be more complex. Examples could include a special needs trust or an insurance trust.

Unlike other attorneys, we do not bill by the hour. Instead, we charge a flat fee based on the specific documents and services you will require. We can give you a no-obligation quote at the end of your initial consultation. Before you spend any money whatsoever, you'll know exactly how much our services will cost and exactly what you can expect for that fee.

Going Above And Beyond For Our Clients

As estate planning lawyers, we understand that our commitment to clients doesn't end once all the papers are signed. If you ever have questions about your documents (even years from now), we are happy to answer those questions at no charge. We also provide free, secure document storage in our office, so you'll never need to worry about losing paperwork.

Call Us To Get Started On Your Estate Plan

If you live in Delaware or Pennsylvania, our firm is ready to help with all of your estate planning needs. To learn more, please fill out our online contact form or call our Greenville, Delaware, office at 302-888-2707.