About Us

INTERACTIVE ESTATE DOCUMENT SYSTEMS IEDS” was created with the goal to provide the highest quality estate planning documents and the client education required to enable our clients to fully understand the options available to them as they move through the planning process. Our goal is to provide both a superior client experience and tremendous value for our clients.

While the entire IEDS process is simplistic, easy and intuitive, the questionnaire is dynamic, state specific and attorney drafted to ensure the completed assembled document set is accurate and fully legal.  This is the same document assembly software that I utilize in my private law practice and is constantly kept up to date with changes to state and federal law.

We love our clients and welcome your feedback and suggestions. Use our Contact Us page to tell us what we’re doing right or what we can improve on.

 

All We Could Have Hoped for and More

We recently had to handle my mother’s estate without the proper estate planning document’s in place.  It was a nightmare!  Tens of thousands of dollars wasted on attorney’s fees and court costs.  We knew right after we moved that we needed to get our own planning and documents in place as we didn’t ever want our kids or relatives to have to go through what we did.  Fortunately, we found IEDS.online.  Not only did we save literally thousands of dollars in attorney fees, but we were able to do our own documents in just a few hours.

We have a special needs child and the software created a special needs trust for him, giving us peace of mind in the event anything happens to us.  This was all part of our revocable trust which created a separate trust for my other son from a previous marriage.  The assets we leave for him will protected against creditors or youthful mistakes of judgement.

My husband and I were amazed at the quality and comprehensiveness of the many documents.  These are not Legalzoom quality cookie cutter forms. We have seen some of our friends estate planning documents and we appear to have created a much more complete and customized document package than they received.  As the website says, this is the same software that lawyers use to write the documents they charge thousands of dollars for.

We were a little apprehensive at first at the thought of doing our own estate plan but the worksheets, organizers and website help gave us the confidence that we could do it.  It was true what they said, you are going to do most of the “heart work” yourself anyway, once we sat down and talked out things like guardians, trustees and when to pass our property after our passing the system took care of the rest.  The online questionnaire took us about 45 minutes to complete and that’s because I’m not a fast typist.

If you are concerned about not using a lawyer, they will give you the names of lawyers that use the same software to consult with to get a review.  Of course you have to pay for that, but it’s way cheaper than having the lawyer draft them.

If you haven’t done your estate plan yet, I would strongly recommend that you use IEDS.online’s service.  I can’t thank or praise them enough.  Thanks for giving us great documents at a great price but mostly knowing that we have everything covered so we can sleep at night.

Maya Karplus

Very Pleased With The Process and the Final Documents

Like many people we had put off doing our estate planning documents for a long time.  Only after a series of medical issues with our son who was only 18 years old, but still considered an adult for HIPPA purposes, did we decide that it was time for us to get our act together.  Dan suggested that we look at his new website he created to let folks do their own documents without an attorney.  We knew Dan from church and knew he was a Missouri estate planning attorney.  We logged on, registered our account and downloaded the worksheet and data book.  Then as Dan says it was time for the “heart work” of deciding who, what, where and when of how we wanted our property distributed if anything happened to either of us.  There were questions about what who we wanted to handle things if we became disabled and unable to handle things on our own and what sort of medical choices we would want if we were unable to communicate.

The documents were just amazing! Not only did we get a Living Trust but we got Wills, Powers of Attorney, Health care Advance Directives, the HIPPA waivers and authorizations we found out we needed to talk to the doctor when our son was in the hospital (even though we were paying all the bills) and a number of other checklists and organizers.  There must have been 150+ pages in all.

The process was fast and easy and when we did have questions we found most of the answers in the help screens as we were going through the online interview.  The website has a lot of information and it’s good to review those, especially if you’ve never been exposed to wills and trusts before.

If you want to get top-shelf estate planning documents without the top-shelf price we would certainly recommend you check out Interactive Estate Document Systems.

Terry & Cynthia Rainbow