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Gratitude for Greatness FAQ
Who’s Behind it?
Neal Law Firm was founded by Abigail Neal, a second-generation Arizona native with profound respect for first responders and their families. In an effort to give back, Abigail Neal formed Gratitude for Greatness to show gratitude for people who demonstrate greatness in our community! Through Gratitude for Greatness, Neal Law Firm provides free basic estate plans for first responders. With a job full of turmoil, Neal Law Firm wants to provide first responders with at least a little peace of mind. To learn more about Neal Law Firm, click here.
How does it work?
Any first responder and his or her spouse may receive a free basic estate plan with this program as long there is not a conflict with any other Neal Law Firm client. To get started, please fill out the form below. We will check for conflicts, and assuming there aren’t any, we’ll send you the information to get started!
How will a Will help my family?
First things first, any Estate Plan provides peace of mind that you and your family will be cared for consistent with your wishes. It’s a kind of insurance that no matter what happens, you and your family are prepared to handle it. More specifically, a will can:
- Specify who you want to inherit your property when you pass
- Name a guardian for minor children
- Name a Conservator to manage assets left to minor children
- Name a Personal Representative to manage your estate
First responders are equipped with various protection when they enter dangerous situations: fire hats, hoses, police badges, and guns to name a few examples. They deserve to also be equipped with the knowledge that you and your family will be protected no matter what situation arises.
Our live seminars explain more about Estate Planning in a small-group setting. To learn more about our seminars, click here.
What do I do?
- Fill out the form below. This lets us know that you’re interested, and then we’ll reach out to you with an Estate Planning Questionnaire.
- Fill out your questionnaire- it will ask you about the details of your desired Estate Plan.
- Our attorney will draft your will, and then you will come in to discuss, review, and sign the documents.
That’s it! You have an estate plan!