Will writing service.
Online estate planning from $149 in just 15 minutes, with free guidance when you need it.
There is actually more to estate planning than just Wills. That's why our service includes a Will, plus other important documents that help organize your affairs.
A breakdown of the different sections of our estate planning package and their contents. Select each section in the dropdown menu to view more.
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Each step is carefully thought out to make your Will writing experience as smooth as possible. We also include helpful tips and links to relevant guides throughout. Did we mention that our Will experts will personally help you via our chat button?
Answer some questions
In as little as 15 minutes, provide some information about yourself and choose what you want to go into your Will.
Review and sign
Receive your completed Will within two working days and follow the simple instructions to sign and validate everything.
Stay up to date
Your estate planning details will be securely stored in your account. Log back on anytime to make amendments and get an updated Will.
Online platform preview
We have put together a brief video showcasing how our platform looks and what you can expect out of the process.
Basic Online Will
$223.50 for couples
- Last Will and Testament
- Letter to your Executors (To let them know that you have chosen them)
- Letter of Wishes
- List of Assets and Digital Assets
- PDF versions of all the documents
- Unlimited updates on the online platform for 30 days
Will up to date
Will up to date
Circumstances in life can change often, and your Will should change with them. That's why we offer unlimited updates with our "Editing Membership" for $39 per year. Compare that with the significantly higher amendment fees at traditional law firms and Will writing firms. We even throw in the first year for free!
Just sign back in anytime and make the necessary amendments. Receive an updated version of your estate planning bundle.
Is the online Will suitable for me?
DO NOT use the Basic Online Will if:
You are not a resident of the United States and do not consider it your long term home;
The vast majority of your assets are not in your country of residency;
You want to make complex distributions of your assets; (More Details)
You already have a Will and do not intend to revoke it;
You cannot sign the Will yourself;
You reside in or own assets in Louisiana.