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You go for a yearly checkup at your doctor's office, right? It's not because you're sick or something is wrong. But a checkup offers you a chance to discuss things with your doctor, ask questions, and get professional input on your overall health.
So why don't you get a "legal checkup" every year too?
After all, there are benign changes to your legal health every year just like with your physical health. Every time you sign a legal document or encounter significant life changes, it could affect you legally.
So what types of situations may lend themselves to a "legal checkup"? Here are just a few:
So how do you go about getting a "legal checkup"? A local attorney will probably make time for a private consultation, but it will likely cost you.
For the cost-conscious, there's another option: A legal plan that offers unlimited on-call access to local attorneys who can answer your questions. One plan, called LegalStreet, also includes an attorney-drafted will and an annual will review as part of a prepaid plan that works out to less than $13 a month. LegalStreet plans also include legal document reviews by licensed attorneys.
You take care of your family's physical health so that an unexpected illness won't lead to tragedy. But unexpected legal crises can be just as serious. Isn't it time you started being proactive about your legal health too?
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