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Estate Plans are not 1 size fits all. We offer 3 different options based on your unique life situation and what's best for you.
Guardian Starting at $39. Add documents for your spouse for just $10 more. Our most basic plan for parents with minor children who aren’t ready to create a complete Will.
Will Just at $69 for an individual. Married? You can add documents for your spouse for just $60 more. A plan for who will look after your children and what should happen to your assets, if something happens.
Trust $399 for an individual. Add your spouse for just $100 more. Avoid probate with a complete plan for the protection and transfer of your most important assets.
What is an executor?
An Executor is a person or institution appointed by a court to be responsible for carrying out the terms of your Will and overseeing the administration of your estate. The duties and responsibilities of an Executor may vary by state and by the particular estate at issue, but generally include:
Interacting with the probate court (or other court with jurisdiction over probate proceedings)
Identifying and taking control over probate assets, such as bank accounts, accrued salary; personal property, life insurance or retirement proceeds payable to the estate, and/or business interests held by the decedent
Paying taxes, bills, and expenses from estate assets
Determining the distributions to be made from the estate and making those distributions to beneficiaries and heirs
Working with attorneys and/or accountants during the administration of the estate
Maintaining detailed accounts and records and, if required, filing an inventory of assets and accounting of assets with the court
This is only a representative list of the types of responsibilities an executor may have. Some estates may require additional tasks and some of these tasks may not be required for other estates.
How long does it take?
Most people complete their Will or Trust in about 15 minutes. Guardian can take as little as 5 minutes. Come back and update anytime.
What is your refund policy?
If you are unsatisfied with your completed documents you can request a full refund within 30 days of your purchase, no strings attached.
How do I make updates?
Simply sign back in to your account and easily update any section of your Estate Plan. Updating your Will or Trust? You can request a shipment of the latest version of your documents.