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Pete Roberto
09-02-1995, 04:30 PM
YOUR LEGAL ARSENAL TO DEFEND YOURSELF AND YOURS!

THE LIVING TRUST KIT (300PG.)
When Robert Sterling Clark died in New York, the cost of
administering his estate was $856,747, the executor was paid
$2,965,683, and the attorney charged $1,065,530. It cost $4,822,430
to "protect Clark's heirs.
"Probate Eats Up Nearly Half of an estate of $19,425" - front page
headline in a Missouri newspaper.
Can this happen to your estate? How can you avoid falling into the
"probate trap"?
THERE IS A SOLUTION...
For more information call 505-821-1945 & leave your email
address.
THE LAWSUIT & ASSET PROTECTION KIT (343 pg.)
How to Protect Your Assets & How to be Judgement Proof
We live in a "SUE-CRAZY" society.
How do you protect your assets form being grabbed by creditors,
customers, patients, tenants, employees, IRS or even your ex-
spouse?
Now you can build a financial fortress to protect your assets from the
lawsuit epidemic.
For more information call 505-821-1945 & leave your email
address.
DO IT YOURSELF FAMILY WILL KIT (99pg.)
Illustration I: Bill and Nancy are a childless couple. Their closest
relative is a nephew of Bill's who they haven't seen in a few years and
never did like. They own a house (worth $90,000), a car ($5,000) and
household furniture worth about $15,000. Bill also has taken out a
$50,000 life insurance policy payable to his estate. He has no Will,
and doesn't think he needs one. When Bill dies, Nancy will get the
house, furniture and about $5,000. The nephew will get $55,000. This
is how the state low would divide the property in the absence of a Will.
Illustration II: John, too never gave a thought to making out a Will
partly because he knew that under the laws of his state, in the
absence of a Will, his family would inherit everything he owned upon
his death. So when he died, the court gave his wife, Helen, one-third
of the estate and the children got the rest. But this create a problem
for Helen. The children were minor, so their share of the property
became the concern of the court. Every time Helen wanted to do
something with it, she had to get courts approval, and then she had to
make an accounting to the court. This definitely was not what John
had in mind.
How can you avoid this from happening to you? I know you
agree that everybody should have a Will. If you've been
putting it off, here's a SOLUTION..used by an ever-increasing
number of people to reduce unnecessary costs and court
battles.... and you'll save big money!
For more information call 505-821-1945 & leave your email
address.
THE LEGAL FORMS KIT (320 pg.)
Now there's an easy way to ...
- Protect Yourself Without Costly Attorneys' Fees
- Write Your Own Contracts and Agreements
- Find the Right Legal Form from Dozens of Standard, Ready-to-Use
Forms
- Save Hundreds of Dollars
What Do Attorneys Charge?
Power of Attorney $75-$175
Simple Will $75-$250
Real Property Transfer $100-$150
Tenant Eviction $250-$350
Business Partnership Agreement $450-$1000
Lease-Option Contract $250-$350
Simple Marital Agreement $500-$700
Notice of Overdue Account $50-$150
Promissory Note $50-$150
Trademark Application $250-$450
* Source: Informal survey of California law firms.
For more information call 505-821-1945 & leave your email
address.

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