Will-BASED ESTATE PLAN

A complete Will in minutes.

Customized, state-specific Wills for $159, or $259 for couples.

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Will-Based Estate Plan

$159 per individual, or $259 for couples

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A plan for who will look after your children and what should happen to your assets, if something happens.

Also includes the staples of an Estate Plan to specify health care wishes and final arrangements with customized and state-specific documents that reflect your wishes.

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    Complimentary 1st-time Shipping

  • 1 Year Unlimited Update Service ($19/year thereafter)

Benefits

  • Nominate child and/or pet guardians

  • Decide who will handle your affairs

  • Leave specific gifts (money, possessions, property, etc.)

  • Determine how your assets will be distributed

  • Exclude individuals from receiving your property

  • Specify your final arrangements

  • Note any special requests

  • Decide what should happen in a medical emergency

  • Designate health care agents

  • Grant trusted individuals access to your medical records

Included Documents

Last Will & Testament
HIPAA Authorization
Living Will
Power of Attorney

Money Back Guarantee
If you are unsatisfied with your completed documents, contact us within 30-days of your purchase to request a refund under our Refund Policy.

Life changes, so should your Will.

Your Will is something you should have direct access to and be able to update anytime. It shouldn’t require an appointment and a high hourly rate to make updates. Get unlimited access and updates with our Unlimited Update Service.

FIRST YEAR INCLUDED, STARTING AT $19/YEAR THEREAFTER

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    Unlimited access & updates to your documents

    As life changes make sure your plan does, too. With Trust & Will’s Unlimited Update Service you won’t have to rely on paying high hourly fees to make updates to your documents, no matter how simple or complex. It’s all included.

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    Stay ahead of estate planning & tax law considerations

    Our expert team is constantly tracking and monitoring changes to estate planning law and subsequent tax implications, keep you (and your documents) up to date every step of the way.

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    Ensure your loved ones stay up-to-date on your wishes

    When you share your documents through Trust & Will, your loved ones will have access to the latest and most up-to-date version of your Estate Plan. Maintaining your Unlimited Update Service ensures your loved ones stay up to date, too.

How it Works

It’s the smart, modern way to create & manage your Will.

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    Answer a few simple questions.

    Create your Will-Based Estate Plan by deciding what's right for you and your family with all options customized to your specific needs.

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    Instantly download or ship your documents.

    Instantly download your documents or request a complimentary shipment - included with your initial purchase.

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    Sign & notarize at your convenience.

    Finalize your documents and make them legally binding with your signature and a notary.

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Ensure your children and loved ones are taken care of.

A Will-Based Estate Plan includes customized and state-specific documents to name guardians for your children, catalog your assets, and outline what should happen in a medical emergency. Your family and loved ones are taken care of when things are handled the way you want.

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It’s your Will. It should be created by you, with help if you need it.

Creating a Will-Based Estate Plan will ensure your children, pets, assets, final arrangements and health care wishes are exactly as you’d like them. Experts are standing by to help every step of the way.

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A Will that’s built by attorneys & customized by you.

  • Last Will & Testament

    Your final wishes for your possessions, dependents, and arrangements.

  • HIPAA Authorization

    Authorizes trusted individuals to receive your protected health information for specified purposes.

  • Living Will

    Specify your preferences for healthcare and medical treatment to be used as guidance if you are ever unable to make decisions.

  • Power of Attorney

    Assign someone, (an agent) to manage your personal, financial, and medical affairs if you are away or incapacitated.

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We’re proud to be the category leader in estate planning on Trustpilot. Don’t take our word for it, check out what our members have to say about us.


Your dedicated support team.

Questions about your plan? Don’t rely on googling or guesswork - your support team is on the case. Even if we’re not in-office, we always respond as soon as possible. We’re here to make the process easy.

We’re available:
• Monday-Friday 9am-5pm PST
• Saturday-Sunday 9am-1pm PST

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Get 1 year of unlimited support from a licensed estate planning attorney.

Unlimited calls, ultimate support. Add 1 year of attorney support to your Will for just $200.

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    Line-by-line Document Review
    Review your decisions, inputs, and details and discuss any consequences or questions you have.

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    Support & Guidance
    Step-by-step instructions and legal advice to ensure you’re on the right track.

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    Legal Estate Planning & Tax Law Advice
    Answer and advise on what is best for your unique situation year-round.

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