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All About Trust (aka AAT Document Services Inc.) is a convenient and affordable online estate planning solution. We work daily with on-the-go professionals for families and everyday people just like you. We are able to offer this competitive price because of our innovative technology and advanced software that has only recently been developed. No need to overpay for your Estate Planning any more.



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Our company started doing estate planning in 2010. Since then, we have completed over 1,200 estate plans. All About Trust (aka AAT Document Services Inc.) is a nationwide legal document service.

Our On-line Estate Planning System has been specifically designed using what we call Intelligent Interactive Interview System to greatly reduce the amount of attorney time that is customarily necessary to create an estate plan. By using All About Trust you can eliminate the apprehension and high cost of creating your estate plan, while still getting the same, step-by step, interactive approach that attorneys use in person, to help you create online wills and living trusts.

As you go through the Intelligent Interactive Interview, when prompted, answer the questions with the information requested. The Intelligent Interview system will ensure you receive the right plan for your specific needs. Additionally, our estate planning team does a final review of the documents with you before they are shipped to you!

If you are interested in more traditional in-person services or you have specific or specialized issues, we refer you to an attorney in your state to review and/or even draft your documents.

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The process of completing your estate plan is done in two steps:
Step 1 -

Completing the questionnaire then signing and notarizing documents

Along with some basic contact information about you and your beneficiaries there are 5 key decisions you will need to make to generate the documents.

Your spouse will always be the first, this will be someone after your spouse.

- Who will manage your affairs when you die? This person is called a successor trustee. They will manage the affairs of your estate after death. I also recommend you have an alternate just in case.

- Who will take care of minor children if something happens to you? This is the guardian. Also choose an alternate.

- Who will make financial decisions for you in case of incapacity? This is the power of attorney. Also choose an alternate.

- Who will make medical decisions for you in case of incapacity? This will be your Health Care Agent. Also choose an alternate.

- Where will your asset go when you die? Do you want things divided equally? Divide things in percentages? At what age?
You can explain this.

We will review this after the questionnaire is complete.
Step 2 Funding the Trust

Instructions for transferring the assets will come with the documents.

You will receive a Trust Funding Workbook.  This will be a checklist to identify your assets as well as a tool to keep your Trust updated.

Here are the main categories involved in the funding of your trust:

Bank Assets - Checking, Savings, CD’s, Money Market, Etc.

Investment Assets  - Stocks, Mutual Funds, Investments

Life Insurance - Group, Term, Permanent

Auto/Home Insurance - Auto, Home, Umbrella

Retirement Accounts - 401k, IRA, 403b, TSP, Annuities

Real Estate - Primary Residence, 2nd Home, Investments

Businesses Owned - Business Interests

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The Interview

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Use our secure site, to create your account, answer a series of questions about your personal situation using our dynamic Interactive Interview System which can be completed in one or more sessions as needed. This information will be used to create your Documents.


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Once you have created your account, you may start the interview process or we can schedule a telephone consultation to answer any questions to ensure your estate plan is customized to fit your specific situation.

Receive Your Documents

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Once you have completed the Interview, your customized estate planning documents will be delivered via mail or express mailed to you along with instructions on how to properly sign your documents. then through our funding workbook we help you transfer your assets to your trust.

A Will

A will is a document that does some basic things.  It names your executor or the person you want to be responsible for managing your affairs after you pass away.  It names the guardian for any minor children and it outlines your desires for distribution of your assets. 

Power Of Attorney

The power of attorney is the person who you name to manage any financial decisions if you were to become incapacitated or if you couldn't make financial decisions.

Health Care Directive

The medical directive is also referred to as your medical power of attorney to make medical decisions in the event of incapacity. It often contains a living will which can be called the pull the plug document. If you were on life support, it becomes the directive for your agent/medical providers to do your wishes.

Will Package

A will is a document that dictates only three things:

1) Who will be in charge, the executor

2) Who care for minor children, the guardian and

3) Who gets what…  A will has no application during your lifetime and only springs into operation upon your death.

A will is perfect to provide for the care if minor children, it doesn’t avoid probate but without assets probate is not required.

At the time of your death, everything you own becomes what is referred to as your “probate” estate.

Trust Package

A revocable living trusts is an entity just like a business. As a way to avoid probate since trust assets are transferred to the trust while you are alive, and the trust document provides instructions and the signature authority  to distribute assets upon your death or incapacity.



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Avoid Multiple Probates of Real Property located in Other States

If you own real property in another state, that property will have to go through probate in that state (know as an “ancillary probate”), in addition to a probate in your state of residency. With a living trust you can avoid these additional probate proceedings and have that property pass to your beneficiaries immediately according to the terms of your trust.
Continuity of Management

Creating a living trust can furnish needed attention to your assets. A living trust permits you and/or your appointed trustee to take timely advantage of investment opportunities and. conversely, to dispose of investments no longer desirable. With a living trust, you set up the mechanism to provide a continuity of management at death and the immediate shift of income from yourself to your beneficiaries at your death.
Avoid Probate Delays

A living trust allows you to AVOID PROBATE.

Probate is a court procedure that is required if your assets are distributed without a will, under a simple will or under a will with a testamentary trust. In court probate proceedings, the court changes the legal ownership of your property when you die.

During probate the court must determine the validity of your will and supervise the payment of all your debts and taxes as well as the distribution of your probate estate to the people you name in your will. This process may take six months to a year or longer and is a matter of public record.

Assets that you leave to your heirs by a will goes through probate, but property passed through a living trust does not. With a living trust you can avoid the delay in the distribution of your estate entirely; the assets of your estate can be distributed to your designated beneficiaries immediately upon your death.
Protect Your Estate from Attack

When an estate goes through probate, the court freezes the assets and asks anyone to come forward and contest the will if they please. Creditors are invited to come forward with their claims and heirs may challenge certain bequests under the will if they are disappointed because they received less than they had anticipated.

With a living trust, however, assets are not frozen and can be distributed to your designated beneficiaries immediately without the highly technical requirements of probate disposition.
The disgruntled heir would have to hire an attorney and file a civil suit against each beneficiary. The trust assets can also be protected from judgment creditor’s claims and/or lawsuits filed against you or your beneficiaries. In addition, you can protect a distribution to a beneficiary from being reached by the beneficiary’s creditors, from alimony attachments, from Medicaid spend down requirements, and even from the beneficiary him/herself.
Avoid Probate Costs

When property passes through probate, you incur executor’s fees, attorney’s fees and court costs, all of which can be quite substantial depending on the size of your estate. These are fees generally set by state law and are usually based entirely on the size of the estate being probated rather than on the amount of time and work involved.

There may also be additional extraordinary expenses of probate (i.e., tax returns, life insurance, etc.).

All of these fees and expenses can significantly reduce the estate to be distributed to your beneficiaries.

With a living trust these fees and costs can be greatly reduced. Your assets are transferred immediately to your designated beneficiaries outside the court system and in accordance with the directions specified by you in the trust agreement. Costs of administration of a living trust are minimal and are generally based on the actual time and/or services required.

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Eliminate Problems of Guardianship or Control

With a trust, minor beneficiaries can have a trustee can manage and invest the trust funds free of the costs and restrictions that arise when a court must appoint and supervise a guardian of the property until the beneficiary comes of age.

Additionally, with a trust, you can continue the management of a beneficiary’s assets to whatever age you desire; certainly beyond age 18 (the age at which ALL guardianship must terminate).

The management of a beneficiary’s assets can include disbursement of assets and/or funds in increments, according to the directions you put in the trust (e.g., 1/3 distribution at age 25, 1/3 distribution at age 30, and the balance at age 35). Of course, the trustee can use any or all of the trust principal for the benefit of the beneficiary during this period. Also, if there is any question of management skills or capacity of the beneficiary, or to insure that your estate does not go to a son-in-law or a daughter-in-law, the trust can continue for the child’s lifetime and then pass to the child’s issue at his or her death. This will also keep your assets in your family rather than having them be subject to attachment by the state for medical treatment.
You can protect the assets from any potential of dissipation of the entire estate while providing for the beneficiary’s needs, as determined by you. With a living trust these trusts are already in place at the time of your death and will begin immediately for the benefit and protection of your beneficiaries.

Reduce or Eliminate Estate Taxes

For married couples, the estate tax liability which would otherwise be due at the death of the survivor can be greatly reduced or completely eliminated by proper planning. This is particularly important in states that impose their own estate tax, and do not provide the “portability” currently available under federal law. This planning can be accomplished in a living trust (although it can also be accomplished through wills, this would require a separate probate at the death of each spouse). How much can be saved depends on the size of the estate and the estate tax laws at the time of the surviving spouse’s death. At the same time, the trust can also insure that the estate of the first spouse to die will ultimately go to his or her children (or heirs) even though the surviving spouse is provided the lifetime economic benefit of all assets and has complete management and control over the entire trust.

More and more individuals are putting their assets into revocable living trusts, which are completely flexible and broadly adaptable arrangements for management, protection and distribution of a family’s assets.

A living trust is created during your lifetime and is funded with most or all of your assets by simply re-titling the assets to yourself as trustee.

A living trust is LIVING in that it takes effect immediately. You continue to enjoy all the present benefits of your assets without any changes in your ability to control them.

A living trust is revocable during your lifetime, which means that its terms are changeable and assets in the trust can be re-transferred to your name if desired without adverse tax consequences.

A living trust is a private agreement where the distribution of assets under the terms of the trust is not subject to the publicity given to wills in probate proceedings.

The complete flexibility of a revocable living trust means that one can be drafted to suit your individual needs and family situation.

When you create a living trust you can act as your own trustee, so there are no management fees or loss of control. You can change or modify the trust terms at any time, change beneficiaries, add or delete assets held by the trust without tax consequences.

A living trust does not complicate the management of your assets. While protecting your property within a living trust, you can do whatever you can do now with your assets and property. You can buy, sell, borrow, make gifts, etc. With a living trust you retain control over all your property and assets during your lifetime, and you determine distribution of your estate after your death. Since a living trust is revocable, it has no income tax consequences during your lifetime; no separate tax return is even filed, and all trust income is reported under your social security number.

With a living trust, you are also appointing someone else (a professional, a trusted friend, or a family member) to manage the assets in your trust for your benefit in the event of your incapacity (e.g., Alzheimer’s, a stroke, an accident, etc.) and, because the assets are in a trust, no court administered conservatorship will be required. Under a living trust, you have the successor trustee of your choice ready to step in and take over your affairs until you recover, or for the remainder of your lifetime.

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Reasons why you will be glad you chose us:

- You can be assured that your estate plan is complete and customized to your specific situation.
- You only pay when you know the value is present.
- You are always in control of your estate plan
- Our plans cost less increasing their value.
- Our process takes less than a week to deliver your documents to you.
- We give you secure online access and move at your pace.
- You can “Update or Amend” your plan easily at any time in the future!

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We offer you three options to complete your own personal estate plan with the involvement of an attorney at your request.

We can refer you to an attorney should you desire specific legal advice or concerns. You may also simply request that an attorney review your completed document to assure you that it meets your objectives and we will also make that referral. Or, you may ask that an attorney discuss with you your various specific needs, and have the attorney make changes to the documents based upon your discussion. As we have noted, we are not attorneys but are document preparers.  We can offer general document needs at very reasonable prices that are generally suitable for most people. However, if you have specific or specialized needs unique to you, we encourage you to ask us to refer you to a local attorney to complete your individual needs. 

We provide you with the ease and reasonable fixed fee of an on-line estate planning service together with professional legal advice, if desired. (Referral to an attorney)
You can complete the Estate Planning and know what you’re getting prior to payment.


We are available by telephone for mutually convenient weekend or evening appointments, as well as regular business hours.


Our fixed fee pricing structure includes all the documents to fit your specific needs and protect your family in the event of incapacity or death.

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Here is an in-depth look at how the estate planning process works:

- Register your account
- Complete the online questionnaire.
- Once this questionnaire is completed, check the box finished.
- We will review and coordinate together the details of the shipment of your Trust.
- Payment is made.
- Final estate planning documents will be mailed to you with detailed instructions on how to proceed with signing or executing your documents.
- After the signing and notarizing your documents, proceed to funding.  You will schedule a time using our online scheduling tool to review and transfer all assets to your trust.
- After funding, schedule our first of many reviews to keep your trust updated.

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When dealing with legal forms people often fill them out incorrectly or answer questions in such a way that winds up causing harm they had not intended, and by that time it’s too late to fix! By the time you pay for all of the extras (which we include for free) you are paying more than our price but not receiving the completeness, sophistication, or quality that All About Trust offers via our software, our support, or the comprehensiveness of our documents.

Documents Included:

- Summary of Estate Planning Provisions
- Revocable Living Trust
- Declaration of Trust
- Certification of Trust
- Assignment of Personal Property
- Instructions for the Distribution of Personal Property
-  The Last Will and Testament
- Powers of Attorney
- Advanced Health Care Directives
- Living Will
- HIPAA Authorization and Waivers
- Final Disposition Instructions (i.e., “Burial Instructions”)
- Instructions for Transferring Assets to Your Trust

Also included:

- Unlimited Updates
- Unlimited Amendments
- Annual Reviews
- Complete Funding Support.  (Your trust must be funded correctly!)

Trust Funding Workbook – Keeps your Trust updated throughout your life

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