DocuBank® is a document storage service that provides immediate access to healthcare directives and emergency medical information wherever you are at the time a medical emergency happens. 75% of people who execute a medical power of attorney, HIPAA authorization and a directive to physician do not have those documents when they need them. With Docubank you are issued an identification card that you carry in your wallet and if a medical emergency arises the doctor or hospital can call the number on the card and obtain your directive to physician (living will) and the other important medical documents you have executed. You don’t have to worry about carrying those documents with you. (See www.docubank.com for more information). I charge an additional $450.00 for preparing the following estate package for a single person and $750.00 for a couple for these additional important documents and a five year subscription to DocuBank®.
an order of court appointing a person to administer the estate of a deceased person. Where a person dies leaving a will that makes an effective appointment of executors, the executors' title to deal with the deceased's estate is completed by the issue of a grant of probate. This is in fact and in law (like a grant of LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION) an order of the High Court. Probate maybe either in common form (where the probity of the will is not in dispute), issued by one of the Probate Registries, or where the will is disputed in solemn form. Contentious business is dealt with in the Chancery Division; non-contentious business is assigned to the Family Division.
When Aretha Franklin died intestate—without a legal will—in 2018, she joined a surprisingly long list of famous people, including Prince, who also did the same. By not preparing the documents, she made the task of settling her affairs more complicated for her survivors. While your estate may not be as large or complex as a famous singer's, it's still important to have a plan in place in the event of your death.