Create Your Will in 15 Minutes
We will customize your Will based on where you live, your marital status, and other important factors. Answer a series of questions and you will have created your Will ready for review and validation by a licensed attorney.
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Let's decide who gets your stuff.
A beneficiary is simply someone that you name in your Will to receive money, specific gifts or other property. A primary beneficiary is the first person in line to receive a benefit.
Now let’s think about Guardianship.
A guardian is legally responsible for the care of a child following the death of his or her parent. The guardian is responsible for the child’s physical care, education, and welfare until the child reaches the age of 18.
Time to name an Executor.
An executor of a Will is an individual that you appoint to administer your estate when you pass. The executor is legally responsible for ensuring that all assets of the estate are accounted for and transferred to the correct beneficiaries, as well as ensuring that all debts, expenses, and taxes of the estate are paid.
Just a few questions left to go!
Let's begin with what state you live in.
What is your marital status?
Do you have pets to include in your Will?
What is your full legal name?
Do you or have you ever gone by a different name? If yes, list below. If not, click "Next."
What is your spouse/partner's full legal name?
For each child, enter their full legal name and date of birth.
Do you wish to leave a specific sum of money to a beneficiary or charity? If yes, list below. If no, click "Next."
Example: $20,000, Jane Doe, Sister
Do you wish to leave specific asset(s), other than real property, to a beneficiary or charity? If yes, list below. If no, click "Next."
Example: Engagement ring, Jane Doe, Niece
Do you wish to leave real property to a beneficiary or charity? If yes, list below. If no, click "Next."
Real property refers to land and any permanently affixed structures on it (e.g. house, etc).
Let's plan for your furry family members (your pets).
Who would you like to nominate as the caretaker for your pet(s)?
How much money should be set aside for the care of your pet(s)?
For reference, people typically leave between $5,000-$10,000 for the care of pet(s).
How would you like to distribute the residue of your estate?
The residue of an estate are the assets that remain after all obligations (specific gifts, bequests, donations, taxes, fees, etc) of the estate are paid.
Name your Primary Beneficiary.
How would you like to distribute where the estate goes if the Primary Beneficiary passes before distribution?
Name your Secondary Beneficiary.
If the other parent survives me, I nominate her/him to be the Primary Guardian of my child(ren).
Name the person you nominate as the Primary Guardian.
Name a Secondary Guardian.
We recommend naming a Secondary Guardian in the event your Primary Guardian is unable or unwilling to assume guardianship.
Who would you like to nominate as your Primary Executor?
Name your Primary Executor.
Name your Backup Executor.
We recommend naming a Backup Executor in the event your Primary Executor is unable or unwilling to assume this role.
I grant my Executor the power to access, handle, and dispose of my digital assets.
Typically people answer "Yes" to this question. Examples include online financial accounts, social media accounts, digital photos and music, and even frequent flyer miles.
What would you like as your final resting place?
Do you have any special funeral instructions? If yes, list below. If no, click "Next."
Examples include scattering of ashes, location of cemetery, music playlist, floral arrangements, dress code, etc.
What is your email address?
This saves your progress so you can come back and finish later if you like.
What is your phone number?
Please enter your full mailing address.
Your address is included in your Will.