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Ask the Experts: What about legal fees that are lower than typical fees?

July 18, 2012

This week, Sacramento estate planning attorney Kay Brooks answers readers questions in the Sacramento Bee column "Ask the Experts."

Q. I noticed that an earlier Bee column stated that $1,500 – $4,500 is the going rate for a will and trust; however, I have family members that claim that they have attorneys that can do it for as little as $750. Why the huge difference? – Bryan, Sacramento, CA

To read Kay Brooks answer, visit the Ask the Expert column here on the Sacbee.com.