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How Much Do Wills Cost?

As prepared by Peters Patchin & Monaghan, the cost of a simple will is just $695 for an unmarried person. That includes an initial meeting to discuss the details of whom you wish to serve as Executor and who you wish to inherit your property and possessions when you pass away, plus the follow up meeting to review, sign, witness, and notarize that Will. Between the two meetings, a printed copy of your custom-drafted Last Will and Testament will be mailed to you for review.

For a married couple who desire reciprocal Wills (which leave everything to the surviving spouse and then, when both spouses have passed away, to the children or other designated heirs), the total cost of the two Wills together is $895.

Please note, a simple Will is not adequate for those circumstances where your beneficiaries are too young or immature to receive their intended inheritance. In that circumstance, a Family Trust will usually be needed to carry out your wishes.

Client Reviews
Daniel made the entire process simple and easy to understand. He took our questions and made sure we understood all the legal aspects and responsibilities seamless. Neal V.
We want to thank Matt, he was very helpful in answering our questions and walking us through the process of setting up our Family Trust. Charlotte G.
Marcus West was so helpful in setting up our trust. We had several questions and a lot of properties to manage. He was professional & has a great personality. Pamela B.
Ben, you were very thorough in your explanations, answered all of our questions & we would be happy to put our names to referrals for you. Darrell C.
Hello, Ben. Thank you for your assistance with out trust. Your simple, concise, efficient instructions and explanations were easy to understand and follow. We were pleasantly surprised how quickly you were able to get everything set up and ready to go. Desta R.