businesses and individuals will now be able to take advantage of the estate planning benefits for a fraction of the price
Orem, UT (PRWEB) May 07, 2012
Estate Planning Attorney, Lee Phillips, announced today that a new product has been created to help individuals and businesses with estate planning. This new product called Accumulation and Preservation of Wealth is designed for individuals and businesses across America to take advantage of all the benefits of Estate Planning and Asset Protection.
When Estate Planning Attorney Lee Phillips isn’t speaking in front of audiences across the nation, he’s back at the office helping the next individual plan for a better future. Lee is a highly sought after speaker / trainer who’s mission is to enlighten individuals on the importance of estate planning.
“The law took everything I had and then some, just because I became extremely sick. That was 30 years ago and ever since then, I’ve made it my business to make sure this doesn’t happen to good, honest Americans.”
According to Lawyer.com, only about 51% of all Americans have an estate plan. This means that half of all Americans are vulnerable to huge losses in the event of an unexpected family crisis. It was also reported that only 35% of Americans have a will and 18% have some sort of living trust.
With a simple estate plan, much of the chaos that comes with the death of a family member can be avoided. Interestingly enough, over the past few years, the number of individuals setting up estate plans have decreased dramatically. Most would agree that people are not looking to the future right now, they are focusing on the necessities today.
Lee says, “the average Attorney charges anywhere from $2000 - $6000 for a good, well thought out estate plan these days. That is a lot of money right now for many Americans. Although it’s well worth it and will save them huge headaches in the future, most just can’t pay that right now, which is why we are seeing fewer people set up their estate plan.”
With the launch of this new do it yourself estate plan product, businesses and individuals will now be able to take advantage of the estate planning benefits for a fraction of the price. “I wanted to give individuals and businesses a chance to set up their estate and protect their assets the right way, without paying a ton of money. Probate is nasty and is something most want to avoid.” An estate plan typically includes a will, trust and usually a business entity.