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us your goals.


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and the protection
your family deserves.

Quality, flat-rate estate planning services, made simple
A local law firm focused on quality and affordable estate planning services for North Carolina families with basic needs.

PlanWell Legal gives you exactly what you need - not too much and never too little when it comes to your planning.
Using free forms or software to create your estate plan
Not reviewed and approved by an attorney
No guidance beyond a series of questions on an online form
No certainty that what you got will actually protect you
Virtual estate planning, done by actual lawyers
Created by a lawyer with your goals and needs in mind
You’re consulted 1 on 1 with an estate planning attorney
The perfect solution to protect your family and assets
Boutique estate planning law firms with expensive fees
Quality service, but the price tag matches the experience
May be more than you need if you only need a simple plan
Focused on more complex wealth situations that require comprehensive planning
We’ve helped many families (and counting) protect their loved ones.
We’re on a mission to help 10,000 families create a plan for their loved ones. Why? Because we want your wishes known, your goals accomplished, and your family protected — Don’t you?
An absolutely amazing experience, from start to finish! Having recently moved to the Raleigh area, I was looking for a law firm to update my estate documents. I searched extensively for a firm that would do a quality job at a reasonable fee, and I found PlanWell Legal. Their fixed fees are listed right on their website. After the initial consultation with our Attorney ( Sarah), she went to work and produced estate documents that were just like we had discussed, and exactly what I wanted. Sarah was readily available at any time via email, and guided us through the process flawlessly. She was so professional! I highly recommend PlanWell Legal for your estate plan needs.
Jeff Watkins
Choose Your Estate Planning Strategy
Basic planning should come with transparent pricing and options that fit your budget. Below you'll find our most common planning strategies and the planning fees associated with them.
Will Plan
This option may be appropriate for those who have limited assets, or a limited budget, and have basic needs. This sort of planning may not avoid probate.
Durable Financial Power of Attorney
Health Care Power of Attorney
Living Will and HIPAA Authorization
Last Will and Testament
starting at $450 (Individual)
starting at $650 (Couple)
Trust Plan
Durable Financial Power of Attorney
Health Care Power of Attorney
Living Will and HIPAA Authorization
Last Will and Testament
Joint or Individual Revocable Trust for probate avoidance
Added control and protection for your beneficiaries
starting at $1,550 (Individual)
starting at $1,950 (Couple)
Who should have an estate plan?

Estate planning is not just for the rich. If you own your home and have children, you need an estate plan — seriously. What happens if you cannot make decisions for yourself? Who will raise your children if you are unable to? What happens to your home and anything else you own after you’re gone? We can help you legally outline what happens next, so you can protect your legacy and loved ones.

Should I choose a Will or a Trust plan?

This entirely depends on your goals. Schedule a free 1-on-1 consultation to learn more about which option is best for you.

What happens if I do not have a Will?

If you pass away or become incapacitated without a Will, a judge will decide what happens next per your state’s intestate succession rules. This can mean serious consequences.

Talk to a member of our team to understand why.