Jump Wills drafts Wills, POAs, and Living Wills to serve those who serve others every day. Law firms, large and small, can be very expensive. Do it yourself websites can leave you with questions or uncertainty. Jump Wills virtual law office business model and focused legal product offerings allows our attorneys to offer legal services at a fraction of the price as traditional law firms. Our flexibility allows us to fit into your schedule. Jump Wills will save you time and ensure the peace of mind to continue your passions while knowing that your family, and your last wishes, are documented correctly. If you are not 100% satisfied with our service, you will receive a full refund. Don't wait. Don't do it yourself. Protect your family.
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Call us or complete our intake form. A Jump Wills Attorneys will contact you (based on your preference) to schedule an initial appointment. The initial appointment can be by phone and usually takes about an hour. Jump Wills will create your legal documents and send you a first draft for your review. Another meeting will be scheduled to review your documents and explain next steps. Throughout the process and after your documents are drafted we encourage clients to call/email us with questions.
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So do you need a Will? If your intentions about the disposition of your property are different then the intestacy laws of your state or if you need to provide physical or financial care to dependents then you need a Will. If you have not outlined guardianship provisions for your minor children then you need a Will. If you want to make specific bequests to friends or family members who would not otherwise inherit through intestacy then you need a Will. If you just not sure, give us a call.
Includes: Will, Power of Attorney, Medical Power of Attorney, Living Will, and detailed instructions on how to sign your documents.
Includes: Will, Power of Attorney (POA), Medical Power of Attorney, Living Will, and detailed instructions on how to sign your documents.
Includes Self-proving Affidavit. Execution requires that the testator/testatrix, be a minimum age and possess testamentary capacity.
An Advance Medical Directive (AMD) includes a Living Will, Medical POA and Appointment of Agent to Control Disposition of Remains.
Includes General or Limited POA. It authorizes your agent (grantee) to act on your behalf and carry on your business in your absence.