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How long is the estate planning process and how does it work?

It usually takes on or off, about three weeks. There are exceptions, such as an emergency process where sometimes a family member is in the hospital passing away and we can do it in 24 hours with additional cost. But it is typically about three weeks.

From the week that you come in, the next week is week two, and the following week is week three. It can sometimes be as soon as two weeks, but we do need some time to review and make sure the documents say what they are supposed to say.

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