Can my wife and I make a joint will on your site?
Kara B. ∙ October 5, 2018
LegalZoom does not offer a joint will for one major reason: It limits the ability of a surviving spouse to make changes to the will relating to his or her property after the first spouse dies. This restricts his or her ability to manage his or her property after the first spouse passes, especially if the property is specifically given to someone after the surviving spouse dies. Also, a surviving spouse often wants to make changes to the distribution of property as their named beneficiaries get older or other issues arise. This is generally not permitted under a joint will. If you are interested in this type of will, we would encourage you to consult with an attorney.
If you are interested in creating documents for the both of you, we have a special offer that makes it easy for you to create your estate plan. Our Estate Plan Bundle includes additional estate planning documents (Power of Attorney, Living Will) as well as a full year of independent attorney support.
More information is available here - http://www.legalzoom.com/personal/estate-planning/estate-planning-bundle.html
Thanks for the feedback! Change answer
Need help? Contact an independent attorney from our network.
ATTORNEY ADVERTISEMENT: This portion of the LegalZoom website is an advertisement for legal services. LegalZoom does not endorse or recommend any lawyer or law firm who advertises on our site. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome. The information contained in this advertisement is not legal advice. Any information you submit through this site may not be protected by attorney-client privilege and may be provided to attorneys for the purpose of determining your needs for legal services. All case evaluations are performed by a participating attorney.
This advertisement and all attorney services may be subject to additional terms and conditions, located on the website of each attorney. Please visit the website of the participating attorney in your area for more details. Any arrangement made by you and your attorney is strictly between you and them.