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EstatePlansDirect.com Gives Away Free Will Plan

Don’t miss the discount coupon code and also the Will Plan giveaway after the post.

“Estate Planning”–it just sounds so…intimidating, doesn’t it? However, as prime parents, we need to be asking ourselves the tough questions: What would happen to our kids if we died tomorrow? Where would our money or assets go? Who gets our house? What about grandma’s antique ring or Uncle Lou’s cabin that he left to us? What about money for the kids’ college?

I know some of this seems morbid, but these are all questions that we need to be asking–especially in this phase of our life. Thankfully, EstatePlansDirect.com has taken much of the pain out of the process and created very user-friendly online forms–whether you need a standard Will for your family or you are looking for a Trust.

With a little planning, you can be on your way to receiving a professionally created Will or Trust reviewed by Estate Plans Direct lawyers. Not sure what a Will or Trust is, or what each one entails? No problem. The fantastic lawyers at EstatePlansDirect.com have provided simple explanations with their E-planner that walks you through what you need–no matter if you are a single parent, a couple, or have a large or small estate.

Once you’ve completed the process and submitted the information, EstatePlansDirect.com will provide you with a professionally bound plan complete with directions and worksheets on how to execute the plan. Simply mail the affidavit back to them in the self-addressed, stamped envelope to verify you’ve executed the documents and voilà! You’re in business with your own Will or Trust plan.

And the best part? EstatePlansDirect.com has provided a coupon code for Prime Parents’ Club readers to get 20% off of your estate plan of choice now until September 30, 2011. Just use the code Parents20 during checkout to get your discount. (Coupon code is good in any state that the website is serving. Please check EstatePlansDirect.com to see if service is available in your state.)

Win a Will Plan from EstatePlansDirect.com

EstatePlansDirect.com has also graciously provided a Will Plan–valued between $375 to $500–as a giveaway.

You will have the choice between a Single Will Plan or a Married Will Plan.

The Single Will ($375) includes: 1 Will, 1 Durable Power of Attorney, 1 Health Care Power of Attorney, and ½ hour telephone consultation.

The Married Will ($500) includes: 2 Wills, 2 Durable Power of Attorneys, 2 Health Care Power of Attorneys, and ½ hour telephone consultation.

If you win the plan and would like to upgrade to a Trust, you just pay the price difference.

Will must be completed and submitted within 60 days after contest ends.

How do you win?

>You must be a resident of Michigan.

>Simply leave a comment on this post about why you want the Will and you will be automatically entered.

>Get a second entry by leaving a comment on our sister site post at WritRams.com.

 

On On August 5, 2011 (extended) September 30, 2011,we will randomly select one winner from all comments on PrimeParentsClub.com and WritRams.com. The winner will be notified via email on their comment.   Good luck!

Entries must be received by midnight EST, September 30, 2011, to be eligible. One entry per person, please.

See full giveaway guidelines.


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Along with being a contributor to PrimeParentsClub.com, Jacqueline Wilson is: Appalachia Advocate~Supporter of Women~Writer~Accidental Pit Bull Advocate. Founder and executive director of Monkey Do Project and co-author of 50 Shades of Frayed: What Happens When 'I Do' Becomes 'Not Tonight': A Humorous Mompilation.

5 Comments

  1. Dave

    September 6, 2011 at 8:50 am

    We need to win this, because we have a daughter w/ special needs, and need to have something written out in place.

  2. Kelly Elswick

    August 3, 2011 at 9:45 pm

    I want to win because I have two young boys and I need to get one in place. My husband lost his job though so we haven’t had the money to.

  3. Katie Bauer

    August 1, 2011 at 9:50 am

    This is for my second entry too :) This post has really inspired me to start some family planning.

  4. Betsy

    July 21, 2011 at 8:36 am

    This is for my second entry!