Dying without a Will is UGLY
But dying with a bad Will can be worse.
There are 3 Ways to Get Your Will Done . . .
DIY Will Kit
Save yourself a few dollars now but at what other costs? The headache of fighting with a will kit alone plus the endless worry that you may be leaving your loved ones to pay to straighten out a messy estate later.
YOU do it all
Will Assembly Service
Answer a few simple questions on your computer from home at a time of your convenience.
We will prepare and deliver your completed Will with simple to follow signing instructions.
Spend more for the ultimate peace of mind. Make an appointment to attend a law firm where your Will can be drafted by trained legal professionals and reviewed with you by a lawyer.
THEY do it all
Most of us Don't Drive a Cadillac . . . or a Junker
It only takes a few minutes to answer all the questions necessary.
The entire process can be completed at a time and place of your choosing.
A little more expensive than a DIY Will kit but a lot less expensive than hiring a law firm.
You get the same documents whether we prepare them or an expensive law firm prepares them.
This service is fast and painless. You might think getting your wills done would be a big hassle but it's easy and saves you a ton of money.
100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
We are confident that you will be thrilled with our documents and service. If, however, within 30 days of receiving our documents, you become dissatisfied for any reason, we will refund your payment in full promptly upon request.
How does your service work exactly?
When you click the "Get Started" button you will see a form with a few simple questions. You answer them and submit the form and pay our service fee. We then prepare and deliver your Will via email within 2 business days along with easy to follow instructions about how to sign them. You can request paper copies via regular mail for a small extra fee to cover the postage.
Do you prepare other documents besides Wills?
Yes, a Will only comes into force when you die. Another important estate document is an Enduring Power of Attorney. This can be used by trusted family or friends to make decisions about your basic care and property should you become mentally incapacitated. It can save your estate thousands in legal fees.
A third important document is a Health Care Directive or Living Will which appoints a trusted friend or family member to make critical health care decisions for you if you are incapacitated.
To properly protect yourself, your family and your estate you should have all 3 of these important documents.
Is there a discount for a couple?
Yes, if the Wills are identical, or almost identical we offer a 50% discount for the second set.
What is your fee?
Click the "Get Started Now" button and the first thing you see will be our fees.
Are the documents you prepare legal where I live?
The documents we provide are valid for any jurisdiction in the United States and Canada, so long as they are signed according to the easy to follow instructions we provide.
Disclaimer: We do not provide legal advice or representation. We are not your lawyer.