A Final Disposition Authorization and Instructions is used to express your wishes regarding what happens to your physical body after you die. You can use this document to state whether you want to be buried or cremated, and you can also name someone to be legally responsible for your physical remains after your death. This person could be the same as the person you name as your health care Agent, or they could be someone different. This document only take effect after you die and it only applies to your physical remains (body) and governs what should be done with it. You can also express your wishes regarding what you would like to happen to your ashes if you choose to be cremated. Finally, if you have made "pre-need" arrangements by prepaying for a funeral or burial spot in a cemetery, you can leave instructions to your representative about these arrangements in this document.
Final Disposition Authorization & Instructions
All Individual Flat Fee Estate Planning Documents require a consultation with Attorney to determine if your estate planning situation is suited for the selected Individual Flat Fee Estate Planning Document. Certain complex, unusual, or complicated situations may not be appropriate for use of this Individual Flat Fee Estate Planning Document and should be discussed with Attorney before representation begins. Certain complex, unusual, or complicated situations may not be appropriate for this option and should be discussed with Attorney before representation begins. Client has the option to upgrade their purchase to a different Flat Fee Estate Planning Package after consultation with Attorney if Client so desires. Attorney is not retained unless and until a written fee agreement is signed by both Attorney and Client. All fees received from client for flat fee services are considered earned when paid and that fee, upon payment, becomes the property of the law firm. The flat fee will be deposited in Attorney’s business account, rather than the firm’s trust account, and Client hereby specifically agrees that Attorney may do so.
All Individual Flat Fee Estate Planning documents are delivered virtually, by either email or U.S. Mail and Client is responsible for executing the documents themselves with advice and instructions from Attorney. Client may choose to travel to Eau Claire, Wisconsin and execute documents at a physical signing ceremony with Attorney for an additional fee.
Attorney is also available to travel to Clients located within 90 miles of Eau Claire, Wisconsin to sign documents in person at Client’s home, hospital, or nursing home for an additional fee including hourly fees charged at Attorney’s current hourly rate. For any Client within 90 miles from Eau Claire, Wisconsin desiring Attorney to travel to them, or for any Client located further than 90 miles from Attorney who may desire Attorney to travel to them, please consult with Attorney first via email before purchasing any individual Flat Fee Estate Planning Documents to ensure Attorney can meet your needs in the timeframe desired. There is a $250 rush charge for all documents requiring delivery in less than 14 days from date of purchase.
Please enter your email address at checkout and the best phone number to reach you at as well as two possible dates/times for a phone consultation. After you check out, Attorney will contact you by email with a questionnaire to fill out and will set up a phone consultation with you to begin drafting your document according to your wishes.