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Count on our network of attorneys to:

Get you started

Schedule a consultation to talk about your wishes, and learn how your estate plan works.

Keep you on track

Your attorney will be ready with answers to your questions as you create an estate plan. Once you're done, we'll take over and handle the documents, and send them to you with instructions on how to finalize them.

Go above and beyond

After downloading and signing your documents, count on your attorney to provide legal advice for a year to make updates, and answer other legal questions.

Priced according to your needs

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Last Will Estate Plan

For 1 person For 2 people
Attorney Assist
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Last Will and Testament—state-specific document that lets you decide what happens to your property, and who raises your children
$179 $279
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  • Attorney Assist
    1 year of legal questions related to your estate planning, answered by our network of attorneys. Legal advice renews annually at $119.88. Cancel anytime.*
  • Financial Power of Attorney and a Living Will
  • Unlimited revisions—update and edit your documents, as often as you need, whenever things change, at no cost
  • 1-person bundle includes: 1 last will, 1 POA and 1 living will
  • 2-person bundle includes: 2 last wills, 2 POAs and 2 living wills

Living Trust Estate Plan

For 1 person For 2 people
Attorney Assist
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Living Trust—state-specific document that lets your wishes be known, and helps your family avoid delays and expenses while dealing with the court
$329 $379
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  • Attorney Assist
    1 year of legal questions related to your estate planning, answered by our network of attorneys. Legal advice renews annually at $119.88. Cancel anytime.*
  • Financial Power of Attorney and a Living Will
  • Unlimited revisions—update and edit your documents, as often as you need, whenever things change, at no cost
  • 1-person bundle includes: 1 living trust, 1 POA and 1 living will
  • 2-person bundle includes: 1 living trust, 2 POAs and 2 living wills
Rest easy with our 100% guarantee. If the lawyer advises for you to set up a last will instead of a living trust or vice versa, call us to change your order. Our no hassle refund is available for 60 days from date of purchase.

Prepare for the good and bad

  • Guidance for major life changes

    Marriage, kids, buying a home, losing a loved one—expected or not, life is all about dealing with change. An estate plan allows you to plan, prepare, and preserve what matters most.

  • 365 days of on demand legal advice

    Gone are the days of sitting in a lawyer's office and paying for services by the hour. Schedule a call with one of our network attorneys, and get the help that you need with your estate plan, all from the comfort of home.

  • Ongoing legal advice for personal legal matters

    Your phone consultations aren't limited to estate planning; you can also ask your lawyer for advice on other personal legal matters.

  • Free revisions

    Need to make changes? We've got you. Revise and update your estate plan, as much as you need—all at no cost to you.

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Our estate plan includes:

Last Will & Testament OR Living Trust

Pick one. A last will and testament lets you specify what you want to happen when you're no longer here. A living trust, on the other hand, allows you to state who receives your things when you pass away, and transfers them to a trust while you're still alive.
Last Will Sample
Living Trust Sample

Power of Attorney (POA)

A POA allows you to put someone in charge of handling your financial and legal matters if you're unable to do so (e.g., you're in the hospital and cannot speak for yourself).
Power of Attorney Sample

Living Will (Advance Healthcare Directive)

A living will allows you to put someone in charge of making life or death decisions for you if you can't (e.g., you don't want to stay on life support if you have a terminal condition).
Living Will Sample

Why choose us

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Why choose us

Convenient

Create and complete your estate plan bundle from the comfort of your own home.

Accessible legal advice

Rely on guidance from highly-rated lawyers that you can choose from our vetted network.

Trusted

With over 3 million estate planning products created, we've been helping our customers protect their families and assets since 2001.

Legally binding

Our comprehensive estate plan was designed and drawn up by our team of experienced attorneys, and is legally binding in all 50 states.

Get answers to common questions Answers to common questions

How do I know if I need a will or a trust?

This is one of the most common questions that comes up when planning your estate. They accomplish many of the same things, but a last will often has to go through the probate process, while a fully funded living trust avoids probate. A last will is easy to create, while transferring your assets into a trust can be time consuming and require additional paperwork. However, we know that this simplified explanation is often not enough to help make this difficult decision. It's for that reason that our Estate Plan Bundle comes with a full year of our Personal Legal Plan. You can purchase the bundle, and immediately schedule a consultation with an attorney in your state to help you make this decision. Many people have to decide based on their unique personal factors (state laws, family situation, size of estate, etc.), and the help of an attorney is invaluable to fully explore those details.

Do I need to speak with an attorney before starting my documents?

No, but we highly recommend it. Based on your needs, where you live, and the value of your assets, a living trust may be more appropriate than a last will. An attorney who knows the laws of your state is in the best position to provide that guidance. We encourage you to make that determination before starting the last will questionnaire.

What if I need to make changes to my documents?

When life changes come up, many people do choose to update their estate planning documents, and we make that easy. One key benefit of the Estate Plan Bundle is that it comes with one full year of our Personal Legal Plan. Along with getting advice from attorneys, your membership allows you to revise your documents as often as you need, at no additional cost.

Are LegalZoom Last Wills and Living Trusts state-specific?

Yes. Our team of experienced attorneys have designed these documents to meet the specific laws and requirements of each U.S. state.

What happens after I order my bundle?

Once you order your bundle, you decide how to start building your estate plan. If you have the information you need, you can jump right in, and begin filling out our simple online questionnaires. If you have legal questions, you can schedule a consultation with an independent attorney in your state for help. If you have questions about our questionnaire or other technical questions, you can contact our customer care team. Once all of your questions are answered, and you've submitted your questionnaires to us, your documents will be available for download. Review your documents and make sure you're happy with them, and then follow our simple instructions for signing.

What is Attorney Assist?

Attorney Assist (Legal Advantage Plus) is our membership-based service that gives you access to a vetted network of attorneys in all 50 states. You can schedule calls with an attorney to get your questions answered on estate planning, to get your completed documents reviewed, or on other personal legal matters.

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  • *Telephone consultations with a participating firm, during normal business hours, of up to one half (1/2) hour each, limited to one consultation for each new legal matter. Excludes business-related matters. Limit one Personal Legal Plan per estate plan. Benefits to the Personal Legal Plan (also Legal Advantage Plus) continue automatically for $119.88 per year. You can cancel online or by calling (877) 818-8787. For full details, see the Legal Plan Contract and Subscription Terms.
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