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Create a Living Trust online

Trust-Based Estate Plan

Make your estate plan and make it count.

Create a Living Trust online that covers everything.

Customized, state-specific Trust accounts for individuals or couples.

Step # 1

Chat below or proceed to contact form

We like to first get to know you a bit. This helps us ensure that everything is prepared correctly specific to your state laws.

Step # 2

Have your estate info ready

We will ask you some basic questions regarding your estate, where you live, and your goals.

Step # 3

We schedule a free estate consultation

Our expert estate consultants will schedule a phone or zoom meeting to go over your estate planning requirements and options.

Step # 4

We prepare your documents

We prepare your documents, get everything notarized, and get you both digital and physical copies. 

Why choose us

We are customer service focused

Estate Legal Services will guide you every step of the way.

Top-Tier Estate Attorneys

We have lawyers in a 50 states who are experts in estate law.

Price Match Guaranteed

Our certified estate consultants and attorneys offer pre-negotiated, top-tier services, at a discounted rate.

Cutting Edge Technology uses the best attorneys, estate planning consultants, and in-house technology to ensure success!

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We take your privacy and security very serious! Our platform is secured and monitored by top level security teams.

Unlimited Support

Questions regarding your plan? Your support staff is on the case; don't rely on speculation or Google. We always get back to you as soon as we can, even if we're out of the office. Making the process simple is our goal.

More about Trusts

Despite popular belief, a will might not be the most advantageous arrangement for you and your loved ones. This is mainly because having a will does not spare it from probate upon death. Before a will may be put into effect, the probate court must certify it.

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.

  • Declare a guardian for a child or pets.

  • Decide who will handle your affairs

  • Decide what should happen in a medical emergency

  • Determine how your assets will be distributed

  • Receive your Last Will & Testament
  • HIPPA Authorization
  • Keep some people from obtaining your property.

  • Specify your final arrangements

  • Note any special request

  • Permit dependable people to view your medical records.

  • Power Of Attorney & Living Will
  • Avoid probate court

Our experience

Estate planning 100%
Online legal support 93%
litigation 82%
Probate matters 100%

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.

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