You are the thread that holds your life together.

If you got sick, injured or worse…

Would your loved ones be able to find
all the pieces of your life that matter?

Would your loved ones be able to find all the pieces of your life that matter?

You are the thread that holds your life together.

If you got sick, injured or worse…

Would your loved ones be able to find all the pieces of your life that matter?

Estate in One Place is the simple, compassionate solution for your loved ones.

Estate in One Place is the simple, compassionate solution for your loved ones.

Who in your life knows...

  • Where you bank and save your money?
  • What insurance coverage you have?
  • How many credit cards carry a balance?
  • When bills are due?
  • How much you owe in loans?
  • The passwords to your important accounts?
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It’s unpleasant to think about the worst case scenario.
But it’s unkind to leave your loved ones a mess to untangle.

Estate in One Place is...

We make it easy to record the important pieces of your life and store them all in one place.
If the worst happens, your loved ones deserve a simple solution to find everything important to you.
Our software uses the same encryption used by banks, the military and the U.S. government.

But... I don't have an estate.

Your estate is everything you own and owe.

So, yes. You do have an estate. Everyone does!

At Estate in One Place, we believe everyone needs an easy place to store their most important documents, information and wishes.

We also believe it’s unkind to assume that your loved ones will be able to figure everything out on their own.

Think about it:

  • If you have a lot of debt, your loved ones need to know.
  • If you have valuable savings or assets, your loved ones NEED to know.
  • If you have a secret family recipe that must be passed on to maintain the family legacy… your loved ones NEED to know!

Don't worry!

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We make it easy to record everything important (your Estate) in One Place.

Step 1:
Sign up for an account.

Decide who should have access and when.
Step 2:
Record all the important pieces of your life.

You can do it yourself. Or we’ll walk you through the process.

That's it!

Pricing is simple too. Just $7 a month or $75 a year.

Or, Estate in One Place can help set up your account for you.

An idea born out of compassion

Andrew Rosenberg founded Estate in One Place to help grieving families.

Andy is a practicing lawyer in Coral Springs, Florida who focuses on estate planning and personal injury. A big part of his job is to help families after a loved one passes away. 

In 30 years of practice, Andy has helped hundreds of families through the loss of a loved one. Without an estate plan in place, an unexpected tragedy becomes a nightmare of lost paperwork and missing information.

“People with the best intentions think their loved ones will open the right drawer and find everything they need,” Andy explains. “It’s never that simple.”

Estate in One Place was created to ease the logistical burden of losing a loved one. Through an online portal, you can record everything your loved ones would need to know if you ever became ill, seriously injured or pass away.

Taking time to compile the important parts of your life into one secure place will save your loved ones from unnecessary hardships later. 

“Someone who has just lost a loved one shouldn’t be worried about passwords to the bank account or bills they don’t know about,” Andy says. 

As an estate planning lawyer, Andy helps families prepare the right documents to ensure their final wishes are honored. Placing all your important information into a secure online lockbox like Estate in One Place is an excellent first step. However, a knowledgeable estate planning firm in your state will ensure your family avoids a complicated and expensive legal process after your death.

To find out more about preparing an estate plan in Florida, visit the Rosenberg Law Firm website.  

Andrew Rosenberg is a graduate of Indiana University School of Business with a bachelor’s degree in finance and a law degree from Stetson University College of Law.

“People with the best intentions think their loved ones will open the right drawer and find everything they need. It’s never that simple.”

Andrew Rosenberg, Estate in One Place founder

Why should I trust Estate in One Place?

Any information you record in Estate in One Place is secure. Our software uses the same encryption used by banks, the military and the U.S. government.

Even Andy can’t open your account. Once you change the initial password, only the people you designate will have access.

Your account will allow you to pick co-owners, like a spouse or partner, who can help you fill out your information. And you can specify authorized users, like a lawyer or your children or beneficiaries.

If a tragedy occurs, your selected loved ones can  receive access to your account through a designated lawyer. Or you can give them access ahead of time.

No one else gets in.

How do I set up the account myself?

Once you open an account, the system will guide you through categories of important information to provide to your loved ones. Simply fill out the information that is relevant to you and decide who gets access to what.

The cost to use the DIY service is $75 a year or $7 a month. Or, Estate in One Place can set up the account for you.


Below is a list of important files you can include in your Estate in Once Place account.

Can I have help setting up my account?

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Yes! Estate in One Place offers a Full-Service Subscription.

Our office will set up the account, help with the entire process, and hold you accountable to getting the information completed in a timely manner. After that, we will schedule a one-on-one meeting once a year to update the information.

This is the solution if you are short on time or want to make sure you’re using the service to its fullest extent. We will help you fill in the gaps you might not think of.

The investment is a one-time charge of $1,000 and an annual fee of $250.

Do I really NEED this service?

No.
But your loved ones need it.

They need to be able to find everything important to you if tragedy strikes.
You won’t be around to worry about where all your savings and properties end up.

You won’t have to deal with that one obscure credit card your family won’t remember.

And you won’t be able to decide how your children are cared for or help them find the benefits that were meant to help them thrive.
You don’t need Estate in One Place. But your family deserves it.
No one likes to think about tragedies. But they happen. To well-meaning, thoughtful people. People who would have organized everything if they knew the exact day they wouldn’t be around anymore.

The problem is, you don’t know when it will be too late to leave everything in order.
Plan today, so your loved ones aren’t untangling a mess tomorrow.
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Plan today, so your loved ones aren’t untangling a mess tomorrow.