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See What Experts Have to Say

“Attorneys may charge an hourly fee or a flat fee. The average cost of making a simple Will is around $300 but your forms could cost more or less depending on the complexity of your estate, the area where you live and the experience of the attorney you hire.”

Source: Christy Bieber, J.D. in the Forbes Advisor on December 26, 2023

"...if you don't have a Will, the courts will decide who gets your assets. That may not be what you want, so you need to make a Will to ensure that your wishes are carried out."

Source: Suze Orman, American TV Financial Advisor and Author

How Much Does A Will Cost?

  • "It's very common for a lawyer to charge a flat fee to write a Will and other basic estate planning documents. The low end for a simple lawyer-drafted Will is around $300. A price of closer to $1,000 is more common, and it's not unusual to find a $1,200 price tag."

(Source: Martindale-Nolo Research surveys 25 million legal consumers monthly with analysis and verification.)

What Our Clients Think About Us?

Katie M.

"We are all accustomed to the necessity of final wills and living testaments, but the idea of a “digital will” is not quite so familiar. We may not realize we have important digital information and online assets in the form of social media accounts, photos in the cloud, web membership sites, writings and files on our computers. For anyone living in the digital age, a digital will is essential to ensure that our online assets are properly dealt with by our loved ones and beneficiaries."

Gordon Clark

"The thought of a Digital Will never crossed my mind. But I had never given any thought to files, data, photographs and a couple of contracts that I had inadvertently neglected in my normal will, that formed part of my assets and were sequestered somewhere on my computer or in files in ‘the cloud’."

FAQs

Are your Will packages valid in all 50 states?

Yes, our Will and Estate packages are designed to be valid and legally binding across all 50 states. We ensure that each document complies with the specific legal requirements and regulations unique to each state, providing you with peace of mind in the U.S.

Are there any system requirements for using our Will packages?

No, there are no software installations, login or passwords requires. Simply download the PDFs to your device and open them with any standard PDF viewer to get started.

Can I reuse the Will as many times as I want?

Yes, our Will templates are fully editable and fillable. And can be chnaged as your circustances change.

Can I download a Will for my spouse?

Yes, we permit the download of another copy of the Will for your spouse at no extra charge. Unlike other services that may charge extra for additional copies, we provide this benefit to ensure that both you and your spouse are fully protected.

Is there a refund policy for the Will package?

Yes, we offer a 60-day money-back guarantee if you are not satisfied with our Will package. This allows you to purchase with confidence, knowing you can opt out if it doesn’t meet your expectations.

Will my information remain private when I use your documents?

At no stage do we ever have access to any of your information. Your information remains completely private.

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