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Estate Plan Bundle

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From $179*

Includes a last will or living trust, living will, and financial power of attorney—plus, you can ask real attorneys in our network your estate planning questions and request document review

More efficient and saves money

Get peace of mind with attorney access for one year

Revise whenever you need for one year

Costs more than single doc purchases—but you save money overall and get a comprehensive plan

Last will

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From $89

Specify your last wishes and who carries them out

Decide who raises your children if you can't

Decide who gets your assets

Ease your loved ones' stress by making arrangements in advance

Help prevent loved ones from arguing over who gets what

Easy to create—and revise

Your loved ones may have to deal with probate court and its delays and expenses

Living trust

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From $279

Specify your last wishes and who carries them out

Decide who raises your children if you can't

Decide who gets your assets and transfer them into a trust while you're alive

Ease your loved ones' stress by making arrangements in advance

Help prevent loved ones from arguing over who gets what

Help your loved ones avoid court and its potential delays and expenses

Takes more effort and time to create than a last will

Living will

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From $39

Decide now what you want to do about life support and if you'll donate your organs

Appoint someone to manage your health care when you can't

Ease your loved ones' stress by making arrangements in advance

Help prevent loved ones from arguing over your health care

Avoid medical treatments you don't want

Healthcare providers won't know your wishes unless you share with them

Financial power of attorney

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From $35

Appoint someone to handle your financial and legal affairs if you can't for any reason

Ease your loved ones' stress by making arrangements in advance

Help avoid court and its delays and expenses

Protect your assets

Whomever you appoint will have control—make sure you trust them

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  1. Overview
    Includes a last will or living trust, living will, and financial power of attorney—plus, you can ask real attorneys in our network your estate planning questions and request document review
    Benefits
    More efficient and saves money
    Get peace of mind with attorney access for one year
    Revise whenever you need for one year
    Considerations
    Costs more than single doc purchases—but you save money overall and get a comprehensive plan
    Get started
    From $179*
  2. Overview
    Specify your last wishes and who carries them out
    Decide who raises your children if you can't
    Decide who gets your assets
    Benefits
    Ease your loved ones' stress by making arrangements in advance
    Help prevent loved ones from arguing over who gets what
    Easy to create—and revise
    Considerations
    Your loved ones may have to deal with probate court and its delays and expenses
    Get started
    From $89
  3. Overview
    Specify your last wishes and who carries them out
    Decide who raises your children if you can't
    Decide who gets your assets and transfer them into a trust while you're alive
    Benefits
    Ease your loved ones' stress by making arrangements in advance
    Help prevent loved ones from arguing over who gets what
    Help your loved ones avoid court and its potential delays and expenses
    Considerations
    Takes more effort and time to create than a last will
    Get started
    From $279
  4. Overview
    Decide now what you want to do about life support and if you'll donate your organs
    Appoint someone to manage your health care when you can't
    Benefits
    Ease your loved ones' stress by making arrangements in advance
    Help prevent loved ones from arguing over your health care
    Avoid medical treatments you don't want
    Considerations
    Healthcare providers won't know your wishes unless you share with them
    Get started
    From $39
  5. Overview
    Appoint someone to handle your financial and legal affairs if you can't for any reason
    Benefits
    Ease your loved ones' stress by making arrangements in advance
    Help avoid court and its delays and expenses
    Protect your assets
    Considerations
    Whomever you appoint will have control—make sure you trust them
    Get started
    From $35

It's easy to start your estate plan

  1. After you pick your products, you'll answer some simple questions to get your documents filled out right.

  2. We'll use your answers to create your document, which you can review in your account.

  3. Follow our easy instructions to print and sign. Or have a lawyer do a final review with you over the phone.

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Estate Plan Bundle Best value (save $100+)

Save on multiple documents. Get a living will, financial power of attorney, and either a last will or living trust—plus consultations with independent attorneys—for one low price.
From $179.

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Frequently asked questions

  1. If you pass away without a last will, this is known as dying "intestate." When this happens, state laws determine who will receive your property. The laws governing intestacy vary greatly from state to state.
  2. Probate is the legal process through which the court oversees how an estate will be distributed. If you signed a last will, your estate passes to the beneficiaries named. If not, your estate passes to relatives based on state law. Generally, a formal probate action is required if an estate includes real property. But in many states, probate isn't required and other legal remedies are available if the estate is of minimal value.
  3. It's a legal document that states who you want to manage and distribute your property if you're unable to do so, and who receives it when you pass away. Once signed, you transfer ownership of your assets into the trust and you remain in complete control of your property. The trust property can be managed and distributed without going through the probate court.
  4. Though they sound similar, a last will and a living will are two very different things that serve different needs. A last will details what you want to happen to your property after your death. A living will, sometimes called an advance directive, dictates the medical care you wish to receive under certain circumstances if you become incapacitated or otherwise unable to communicate your wishes.
  5. The laws regarding what happens to your property after your death can be very complex and vary widely from state to state. We recommend talking to an attorney for advice.

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