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What is a Legal Document Preparer
Legal document preparers are licensed by the state of Arizona. Generally, legal document preparers can provide legal document services to clients at a lower cost than a lawyer. We can help with preparation of legal documents, such as Power of Attorney, Deeds, Wills, and court filings. While we cannot provide legal advice the same way an attorney would, we can provide legal information to aid the process and help you determine the best options. We can write up many documents at a far lower cost than an attorney. If we cannot assist, we will let you know right away and refer you to someone who can.
Senior Planning offers a complete selection of legal documents related to long term care and estate planning. This includes advanced directives, Arizona Power of Attorney documents, and Arizona Wills. If you are looking to apply to ALTCS, we can create an income only trust, also known as a Miller trust for your or your loved one. ALTCS applicants who are above the monthly income allowance, but still want to become eligible for benefits, must use a Miller Trust. If you need an income only trust for to move your ALTCS application along, give us a call today. Also, we can provide advanced directives such as a Living Will.
Arizona Legal Document Preparer vs. Lawyer
“Do I need a lawyer for this?” is a common question we hear. Each situation is unique and depending on what you need, the answer will vary. A lawyer can offer legal advice, which is something that legal document preparers cannot do. For complex legal issues, a lawyer may be the best option, regardless of cost. However, many people simply need documents like trusts, POAs, or wills to have on hand for the future and do not want to pay attorney fees. This is where we can help. If you need any legal document prepared, and you would prefer a more cost effective option, give us a call.
Senior Planning offers a host of other long term care planning services. While we can prepare legal documents for a person of any age, if you or a loved one has daily care needs and is starting to need more help, our agency can assist you. If you or your loved one is looking for assisted living or any other form of care, we offer a completely free placement service. We will help you find a care situation that works with your budget, care needs, and location all at no cost to your or your family. If we can’t find anywhere in your budget, we can assist with applying for state benefits to cover the cost of care. No matter what type of eldercare, estate planning, or legal document questions you have, we can help.
Arizona Legal Document Information
The Most Common Legal Documents
- Power of Attorney
- Living Wills
- Miller/Income Only Trusts
- Court Filings
Do I Need Legal Documents Prepared?
It is best to get your affairs in order before a crisis necessitates action. Senior Planning can prepare any documents you need to accomplish your goals. We can assist with many end-of-life documents as well as any legal documents needed for the ALTCS process. For many situations, a lawyer is not needed and a legal document preparer is a great option to help save money while still receiving the correctly executed legal documents you need.
Dealing with Complex Situations
Although many situations seem complicated, you’d be surprised as how many people are going through the same ordeal. For Senior Planning, most situations are relatively easy to address. As a legal document preparations service, Senior Planning can prepare for complex situations requiring trusts and other legal matters. If your legal document matter is beyond the scope of what we can deal with, we can refer you to a lawyer in the required field.
Legal Advice and What it Entails
As a licensed legal document preparer, Senior Planning and its employees do not give legal advice. Information on our site and communications from our staff should not be considered a substitute for the advice of an attorney. That being said, our consultations are free and we will let you know immediately if we cannot help, so there is no harm in calling today. If you require the advice of an attorney, we will refer you to someone who will be able to help.