- August 15, 2016
- Advanced Estate Planning
Don’t let the state decide what to do with your property. Wills are statements from individuals about how their property should be distributed upon their death. In order for wills to be valid, formalities must be followed in its creation and signing. Read more about wills…
OUR ESTATE PLANNING PROCESS
One Hour Consultation
We begin with a 1 hour consultation where we answer the who, what, and where questions. From there we will recommend the best plan for you.
Confirmation of Information
Within 2 business days of your initial meeting, we will send you the confirmation of information for you to check spellings and important parts.
The Signing Meeting
At your signing meeting, we’ll explain all documents in detail, execute your formal will ceremony, and sign & notarize all of your plan documents.
Final Binder Pickup
Once we finish signing, we will prepare your binder with all of your documents. As early as the next business day, your binder will be ready for pickup!
WHAT THEY SAY
"The Malolo firm truly is a place where simplicity and execution meet perfectly. We had such a great experience and would recommend anyone looking for professional services to use the Malolo Law firm. I have to admit my expectations to seek legal advice from any firm was that of difficult decisions matched with reluctance however we were completely caught by surprise as we met the Malolo firm and their vested interest and genuine desire to help. They are amazing!"
"What an awesome easy experience! Charlie made sure I understood everything I was signing - and took the time to answer all my questions! I highly recommend Charlie to anyone who is looking to establish a Will or Trust!"
"Mr. Malolo at The Malolo Law Firm recently helped us set up our will and trust. He was friendly, very professional and showed great patience answering all of our question thoroughly. We were very happy with his services and won't hesitate to call upon him for any future legal needs. You wont be disappointed using his legal services."
"I am a Certified Financial Planner in Collin County and I work with Estate Attorney's frequently to assist clients with their estate planning needs. However, I prefer Charlie because he offers a personal touch, he is trustworthy and I know he is looking out for my client's best interest. It's rare to find an attorney with those values and it be reflected in his business practices."
"Finally have the peace of mind I was looking for once I set out to get a will! I had a great experience with getting it done and feel so much better since it was an easy and painless process with Charlie each step of the way. A+ law firm!"
"Mr. Malolo was a top-notch, extremely knowledgeable and organized attorney who paid close attention to detail and helped me every step of the way through the estate planning process and other personal issues, including real estate contracts. He is informative and explains details clearly and concisely. I look to him for all of my questions in the world of estate planning and real estate. He will be my attorney for life!"
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WHAT WE OFFER
At the Malolo Law Firm, PLLC, we practice estate planning and deeds. Whether you are looking for a basic estate plan of just a will and power of attorneys, or need a sophisticated trust plan to take care of your loved ones should the unthinkable happen, The Malolo Law Firm is here for you! Contact us today!
MEET ATTORNEY CHARLIE MALOLO
Charlie Malolo is an Estate Planning Attorney in McKinney, Texas. For the last five years he has been helping people create meaningful legacies for their families and loved ones from his offices in McKinney, Texas, through estate planning services.
At the age of seven, Charlie’s father passed away unexpectedly. This tragic event gave him a deep insight to what loved ones we leave behind experience should the unthinkable happen.
He has made it his mission to educate families on the complexities of planning for probate, as well as how to develop thoughtful and meaningful ways to leave a complete legacy for loved ones through estate planning.
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