A trust can help you to protect your assets and to avoid unnecessary probate fees.
Why a trust? Because it's never too early or too late to prepare for the inevitable. Contrary to popular myth, trusts are not just for the rich. They help anyone who wants a say in the management of their affairs after death. They also provide additional privacy by avoiding the long and cumbersome probate process. A trust is important because people depend on you and you want the ability to have the main voice in what happens with your assets.
If you wait, it may be too late. Legal Ace will provide a basic and customized trust for you. Just, provide the answers to basic questions in our questionnaire and Legal Ace will do the rest.
Using our patent pending system, we will produce for you a professional quality trust document at the most competitive prices that you will find.
Once a customer fills out an online questionnaire, the A.C.E. system places the data into an appropriate legal document. The staff confirms that the information is correct and accurate. The document(s) will then be filed with a government entity or returned to you if there are any inconsistencies.
Each questionnaire has specific "help" information accompanying it, so it is easy to follow and understand. The "help" content will appear throughout the process. If you have questions that are not addressed by the "help" content, you can also check our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) sheet or our legal library for more information. If you have any further questions, please call us at (888) 939-6875.
Some of the information we request on our questionnaires requires further inquiry or research. The system saves any changes made to your questionnaires. Therefore, you can log out of the system and log back in any time you wish without losing your information.
Once you submit an order, a legal document preparer will review your information and contact you by e-mail if he or she has any questions. Your information will be placed into the appropriate legal documents. Your paperwork will then be mailed to you and/or submitted to the appropriate governmental agency (depending on which service you are using).
There are numerous reasons why a court may reject a document. If the court rejects your documents due to a mistake LegalACE has made, we will correct the mistake at no additional charge and reimburse you $25, to be applied to a future document order within the next three years.
Generally, we retain customer information for 3 years. Legal Ace provides certain services on an ongoing basis. For those customers, we retain customer information indefinitely during the term of the service and then for 3 years after they stop using the service. The retention of customer data allows us to provide you with a more complete service. Legal Ace will not use the data you submit in questionnaires for marketing or research purposes, and we will not sell that information to third parties.
Generally, we do not require you to give us a social security number or date of birth. Although those pieces of information are often required for the completion of your documents, you can choose to write them in by hand once you get your paperwork. Remember, whenever you are sending data through the A.C.E. System, it is being encrypted, so it is protected. Also keep in mind that the information we collect through our questionnaires is used only for the purpose of completing your documents and/or completing any service you have requested. Your information is not sold to third parties or used for marketing research.
Although we are staffed by legal professionals, LegalACE is not a law firm, and consequently, we cannot provide you with legal advice or represent you in court. We are licensed specifically to prepare legal documents for the public. In certain limited circumstances, Legal Ace may retain independent counsel to perform legal work on your behalf. In those instances, you will receive the name of the attorney who performed work for you.
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