You have the original documents. Those are the official versions. Your attorney probably kept copies in paper or electronic form. The attorney who prepared your estate plan is responsible for those copies. If you need copies, you should start by contacting the attorney who drafted your estate plan. If that fails, you can contact me.
You have many options. You are welcome to contact me. If another attorney drafted your estate plan, you can contact that attorney. Or you can hire an entirely different estate planning attorney.
You can contact the attorney who drafted your estate plan. You can contact me. Or you can contact an entirely different estate planning attorney in your area.
You are welcome to email me a list of the changes you need and I will provide you with a quote. If you prefer someone closer to your home, feel free to email me; I will do my best to provide you with a referral to an experienced estate planning attorney close to you. Of course, you are always welcome to contact any estate planning attorney to help you. You are not stuck with your original estate planning attorney.
It depends on what you need. Each attorney has their own policy and process for consultations. When you contact the attorney, explain what you need and ask for a quote. The attorney will guide you through the process.
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