Free, warm, intuitive online tools to provide estate planning documents for simple estates. For more complex estates, an intake form is produced and help finding local T&E attorneys. We also make charitable giving easy throughout the process. We partner with nonprofits to help them on their planned giving fundraising campaigns.
Epoq was started 20 years ago with a mission to “make law easy.” We wanted to address a broken legal market in which the essential services consumers and businesses need are simply too expensive. Our technology is now used by some of the world’s leading brands and radically cuts the cost of delivering law. Every year we save our client’s customers over $262m in legal fees. We've created an innovative system called Rapidocs®, which makes the process of creating even complex legal documents quick and easy. Rapidocs® replicates online the face-to-face question and answer session an attorney would normally have with a client when drafting a legal document. The system includes plain-English explanations so that anyone, even those with no legal knowledge or experience, can complete a document conveniently at a time and place that suits them. Typically white-labelled and delivered to customers by insurers, banks, law firms, affinity groups and employers, our services are making access to legal services simpler than ever before.services for smbs, wills, white labelled, legal products, value add, online legal document automation
Having helped thousands of people with their estate plans we knew there was a simpler and smarter way. So we assembled the best people we could find – visionaries, techies, programmers, digital media marketers, attorneys, and financial planners. All with one purpose – to create a revolutionary new tool – Estate Guru. While Estate Guru is new, the knowledge and analytics behind it are not. Our team’s intimate knowledge and extensive experience covers every area of the estate planning process. Our collective expertise has been worked into the tool to create and manage estate plans that fit every unique need without breaking the bank. The platform has been designed to create documents in real time for simple accounts while aggressively looking for circumstances that need a traditional approach. Once the attorney has signed off on the legal logic in the tool and has approved the document templates as appropriate for the state(s) they practice, the platform allows the attorney to seamlessly scale their estate planning practice. Attorneys are now able to extend their practice into the offices of financial advisors or the homes of clients. In addition to generating revenue for all the automated work, attorneys get to personally service all the accounts that are too complicated for automation. These complicated accounts can then be billed at the attorneys normal rate. So Estate Guru becomes a way to find profitable accounts. The platform continually reaches out to clients to keep the client and the attorney informed of any life events that may require an update to their estate plan. In this sense, Estate Guru acts as an estate planning CRM. Finally, when clients die, the attorney is notified so they can help with the estate settlement work. Think volume.estate planning, automation, powers of attorney, wills, trusts, crm