Virtual Estate Planning
AVP Law created a virtual estate planning system to better serve the people who live outside the Upstate of South Carolina. We are based in Greenville, SC but gladly serve all the people of South Carolina remotely.
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*The Virtual Estate Planning Service is only available to those who live outside of Greenville, SC and its surrounding areas. Please book a free consultation at our Greenville office if you are nearby.
Simple Process, Professional Results
Fill Out Online Form
First, create an account at the software web page (located below), or click here to go to the page. *Choose the Attorney Reviewed option.
Next, confirm your email from the setup email sent from the software.
Lastly, log into your new account and follow the directions to answer all the estate planning questions.
Schedule an Attorney Phone Review
Schedule a phone review with a licensed attorney here.
Pay the invoice before the scheduled phone review. The online invoice will be sent after the phone review is scheduled.
The attorney will review the information and the estate documents prior to the call. During the call the attorney will answer any questions and verify information, including your desired outcomes.
The Final Documents
The attorney will make any necessary changes and forward the final documents to your email for review.
Lastly, AVP Law will professionally print, bind, and mail the documents to you. You will then execute the documents by following the directions in the guide documentation that will be mailed and emailed.
(Will Package Plan Shown)
Last Will and Testament
Nomination of Guardian for Minor Children
Power of Attorney
Health Care Power of Attorney
Tangible Personal Property Memorandum
Execution & Guide Information
Flat Fee. No Unpredictable Billing.
*$100 off stated prices below until 8/7/2019*
& Other Options
There are other options on the Virtual Planning signup page. More Pricing is available there.
Attorney Reviewed means that a local licensed Attorney will review the documents and make any necessary changes.
Attorney Prepared means that a local licensed Attorney will review and directly prepare the documents. This option is more expensive but offers more Attorney oversight and advisement.
Self Prepared means that the software will provide your documents without further review. You will solely be responsible for any mistakes, including a lack of understanding of the law. This option is generally not recommended. Additionally, you will be responsible for printing the final documents.
Attorney Reviewed is generally recommended as it provides the best value.