Estate Planning Consultations

Complimentary Consultation at the Law Office of James A. Hyatt

Estate planning is a very personal matter. It is all about taking steps to protect the people and belongings that are near and dear to you: your children, grandchildren, parents, siblings and other loved ones; and your home, heirlooms, family business, retirement and other assets you have built and acquired during your lifetime. It is a process that requires that you genuinely trust and like the people who are helping and advising you.

Our Initial Consultation at the Law Office of James A. Hyatt  is designed to give you the opportunity to find out about our firm, our approach to estate planning, and to help you decide if our services fit your needs and objectives. It is also designed to give you all of the information you need in order to determine what planning is right for you and your family.

Most Initial Consultations at the Law Office of James A. Hyatt take approximately 1 to 1-1/2 hours, although we will always allow enough time to answer any of your questions. Usually, at the conclusion of the Initial Consultation, we will give you a recommended course of action, as well as a number of alternatives, and their corresponding fees. It is up to you to decide how you want to proceed with the planning. There is no obligation and no fee for the Initial Consultation.

Once you have made arrangements for your complimentary consultation, we will provide you with a guidebook for Preparing For Your Initial Estate Planning Meeting.  These materials will help ensure that you come to the meeting well prepared so we can make the best use of your time and ours.

If you would like to arrange a Complimentary Consultation, click on this link and complete the request form or call the Law Office of James A. Hyatt at: (301) 540-3300.

If you still have questions and would like to have a telephone consult before scheduling an appointment, please call us at (301) 540-3300.

We serve the Montgomery, Frederick, and Washington County areas, including: Germantown, Rockville, Gaithersburg, and more.