Protection Plans

between $49 - $149

A Protection Plan from GoGo Estate allows those needing basic planning to let someone else to make decisions for them.

Health care measures
Financial oversight
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What are the benefits of a Protection Plan?

GoGo Estate's Protection Plans are designed to give you the flexibility you need in planning your estate on your own time.

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Not everyone needs a full-fledged estate plan out the back. With one of our Protection Plans, you can dip your toes in the water without jumping all the way in.

Peace of Mind

Providing peace of mind is the primary reason why people create a Protection Plan with GoGo Estate. Let someone else take the worry off of you with our flexible pricing.

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Powers of Attorney are the most popular Protection Plan options chosen by GoGo Estate customers. Learn how they can help you.

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how does all this work?

GoGo Estate makes planning for uncertainties easy with our innovative new solution.


Pick your plan.

GoGo Estate has a couple of different Protection Plans to choose from, and you can purchase multiple of the same plan for different people.


Complete your documents using GoGo Estate.

Even though Powers of Attorney are relatively standard documents, it can take regular attorneys more time than necessary to create. That's not the case with GoGo Estate.


Designate your Agent.

An Agent is someone who acts on your behalf under a Power of Attorney. Most customers choose someone able to handle health care and financial needs for this role.


Download, print, and sign.

You receive your Protection Plan instantly upon completion of the GoGo Estate self-help questionnaire. All you have to do is print and sign! If you're patient and don't want to waste ink and paper, we'll waste them for you by mailing your documents directly to your door.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is an Advanced Directive?

An Advanced Directive (also known as a "Health Care Directive" or "Living Will") is a document outlining your end-of-life decisions, and include provisions denoting whether to maintain or withdraw life-sustaining care and treatment. These documents give your family and friends clarity in helping to make health care decisions for you in the event that you are no longer able to make them for yourself.

What is a Power of Attorney (POA)?

A Power of Attorney (POA) is a document which allows someone else to act and make decisions on your behalf. Without these documents, your family may have to resort to other legal means (like guardianship) to help you in the event of your incapacity. A Power of Attorney can allow another person to take charge of your health care or financial needs immediately upon signing, or it can become effective upon your incapacity (which is certified by a doctor). GoGo Estate allows you to make this decision.

What does it mean for a Power of Attorney to be "Durable?"

A "Durable" Power of Attorney simply allows someone else to make decisions on your behalf in the event of your incapacity or death. If the Power of Attorney were not Durable, your Attorney-in-Fact would not have the power to act. Every Power of Attorney on GoGo Estate is Durable.

What is an "Agent?"

Many people colloquially refer to the person acting under a Power of Attorney as their "Power of Attorney." We at GoGo Estate know what you mean, but the law may not. The person who technically acts on your behalf under a Power of Attorney is known as your "Agent." An "Agent" is just a fancy way of saying "the person appointed to serve on your behalf under your Power of Attorney."

How do I make my documents legally binding?

In order for your Protection Plan documents to be legally binding, you must be over the age of eighteen (18) and of sound mind, you must sign each document in front of two (2) "disinterested witnesses," meaning two people who are not related to you or who will not be implicated in your Protection Plan documents, and you must have each document notarized.

What is HIPAA?

HIPAA stands for the "Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act," and is a law which states that highly sensitive medical information cannot be released without your prior authorization. Because your health care Attorney-in-Fact is required to make health care decisions for you, GoGo Estate automatically includes a HIPAA Authorization so that they can carry out those powers.