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Most agree that avoiding the expense and hassle of probate is an important estate planning objective. By avoiding Probate, you save your loved ones a great deal of expense, delay, and hassle. The vast majority of my estate planning clients can establish a comprehensive estate plan for less than $1,000 per person, while a basic probate will start at approximately $2,500, take 9 months or more, and go up from there.