MyWillPros.com is a safe alternative for busy Americans who ultimately wish to protect their families. As a father, husband, little-league coach and a full-time career man, I know how difficult it is to find the time to get the necessary things in life done.
Rochester, NY (PRWEB) September 1, 2009
- MyWillPros.com, the leader in online legal documents creation services, is announcing a launch of its will and trust creation services with an initial focus in Austin, Texas, and Nashville, Tennessee. With the recent world-wide increase in online purchases, experts have been voicing concerns over products and services with heightened risk when purchased online, such as wills, trusts, and other legal documents. MyWillPros.com is the only online will company which ensures that once a customer creates a document online, he or she is connected with a pre-screened, qualified attorney to ensure that a valid legal document is created in the most convenient way for the customer.
MyWillPros.com, like other legal document sites, allows customers to create a will, living trust, power of attorney or health care directive from the comfort of their homes or offices, when it is convenient for them. It is the next part of the process that separates MyWillPros.com from the pack. Once a customer finishes creating a document online, he or she is then paired with an attorney from the same city or town, whom is pre-screened by MyWillPros.com for excellence and experience. The customer may speak with their new attorney in person, on the phone, or via web-cam, whichever is most convenient for the customer.
"Not only do you get the convenience which comes with creating a will online," Eric Blazak, the President of MyWillPros.com and an attorney himself said, "You get an experienced attorney in your home town who will go over the document with you, making sure all of your wishes are correctly documented and will then make sure that it is executed properly, ensuring that the will is valid in the eyes of the court."
Blazak said that while wills and other such legal documents are abundantly available online, the chances of improper execution, mistakes and misunderstandings are enormous when a lawyer is not in the mix.
"If a will is not executed properly, it won't be seen as valid in court if it is contested," explained Blazak. "Until now, the contesting of a will has been a rare occurrence in America, largely because of attorneys. With the recent increase of wills created online without the help of attorneys, will contests will become more and more common. If a court finds that a will is invalid, it will simply throw it out and have the state decide the fate of the estate of the deceased, and worse yet, the fate of the children of the deceased."
"We formed MyWillPros.com when we realized just how many Americans were creating their wills online," Blazak says. "MyWillPros.com is a safe alternative for busy Americans who ultimately wish to protect their families. As a father, husband, little-league coach and a full-time career man, I know how difficult it is to find the time to get the necessary things in life done."
Blazak insists that creating a will is one of those things; "I understand that time is valuable and that it takes time to find a good lawyer. It takes time to visit your lawyer. It takes time that most of us generally don't have. MyWillPros.com saves time, saves money and most importantly, helps our customers to attain legally sound instruments."
MyWillPros.com will launch its services in September 2009 in Austin, Texas and Nashville, Tennessee. The company picked these two cities because of the demographic; both have a high percentage of young families with children in the household.
"We're targeting young parents because it is essential that they create a valid will for their children's sakes," says Blazak. "Even if they have few assets to speak of, a will is the only way to assign guardianship to your children. It is our hope that MyWillPros.com can help make the creation of these vitally important documents much safer, affordable, and easy."
MyWillPros.com plans to be available nation-wide at the beginning of 2010.