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Welcome to Estate Legal Network USA! Whether creating your estate plan or settling someone else’s, our easy-to-use products are designed to help you rest assured.

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A will, or a last will and testament, is a legal document that describes how you would like your property and other assets to be distributed after your death.

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Schedule a free no obligation consultation with our friendly estate certified experts! We’ll help you get it right, the first time.

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Avoid probate by creating a complete, Trust-Based Estate Plan for the protection and transfer of your most important assets.

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Audit and assurance is all about meticulous data analysis. Everything needs to be checked, double checked, and triple checked.

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Let us help you identify the best way to leave a property upon death. Protect your spouse and children today!

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We work with our clients and do a deep analysis of their business. We help prepare possible outcomes to different decisions.

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Estate Legal USA

The most trusted name in online estate planning and settlement.

Why choose Estate Legal Services? Our attorneys will help you get it done right. We have helped thousands of families every step of the way. Why is this important? Other websites offer you artificial intelligence technology, and they use template estate forms. Why put your family’s future in the hands of a template? 

Hire us and have peace of mind! Here at you get assigned to an expert attorney. We guide you every step of the way! 


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Other sites offer cheap template software solutions. Estate Legal Service offers a superior service compared to those other sites. Hire us and one of our licensed attorneys will guide you every step of the way. 


Don’t put your family’s future in the hands of artificial intelligence. Here at Estate Legal you will work with a certified and licensed professional throughout the entire process.


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Our team of estate attorneys, estate planning gurus, and financial professionals will help you succeed!

Why choose us

We serve all 50 states. Estate Legal Services has built the largest network of estate experts, spanning across every jurisdiction in the U.S.A.

We’ve negotiated special rates for you! Work with our estate planners, or consult with one of our attorneys, and get instant discounts on legal services. Additionally, by being one of our clients, you’ll get up to a 30% discount on other local partner services like: Estate home cleaning, dumpster, estate sales, etc.

Give your loved ones clarity and leave a legacy that lasts. Our guided online platform is the easiest way to create your estate plan and keep it up to date.

Our guided online platform makes creating or updating your Will or Trust a breeze. Need expert input? Our attorneys are ready to offer one-on-one support.



Wills allow you to name guardians for your pets and children, establish final arrangements for your assets, and determine where your assets will go after your death. They also take effect after your death.

When a trust is financed, it takes effect while you are still living. With a trust, you can avoid probate and have significant influence over the distribution of your assets.

Depending on your specific requirements, it can take between 20 minutes, up to an hour. (after your initial consultation call)

Your will does not legally need to be notarized*. Without a notarization, it will be more difficult to administrate after your passing.
Nowadays, the majority of wills, including trust and wills, are made to be “self-proving.” This facilitates administration after death. Notarization is necessary for a self-proving will. Unless you reside in Louisiana, where getting a notary for your will is a legal must.

While hiring an attorney is not required to draft a will that is legally binding, we do provide our members with that option when they use, for an extra cost.

You get unrestricted access to a selected attorney in your state when you choose to include legal support in your will-based estate plan. They can offer you legal counsel, go over any potential tax repercussions of your choices, and go over your paperwork line by line.

Every three to five years, or after reaching any significant life milestone, we advise people to review and/or revise their wills. A few examples of milestones are getting married or remarried, buying a house, having your first child and then children, taking a trip without the kids for the first time, and any family deaths.

It’s simple to update your will, and you don’t even need legal counsel to do so. Creating a codicil, drafting a new Will, or creating a personal property memorandum are the three methods available for revising your Will.

You can draft a will on behalf of another person, yes. Trust & Will simplifies the process, whether it’s for your partner, kid, or a loved one suffering from dementia. But keep in mind that for a Will to be enforceable, the person for whom it is made—referred to as the Testator—must examine and sign it.

Death without a will is referred to as “intestate” death. States have different laws regarding intestate succession, but generally speaking, the court will decide how your assets and debts are divided. Setting priorities for your estate planning will help to guarantee that your desires are carried out as intended.

You are not immune to probate by a will alone. Probate is required for any assets that are not included in a living trust, are not jointly owned, are not payable on death, are titled in the decedent’s sole name, or lack beneficiary designations.

It is possible to put a homestead mortgaged property in a living trust or revocable trust. The procedure include designating a trustee who will oversee the property and drafting a trust agreement or document outlining the rules of the trust. Placing a home into a trust primarily serves to ensure that the property is transferred in accordance with state laws and to avoid the probate court process. A trust can also be used by some people to hold their vacation house or other assets. As with anything, there are advantages and disadvantages to placing assets in a trust, therefore it’s crucial to speak with a lawyer to design a trust that suits your requirements.

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