How do I write a legal will?

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Writing a legal will is an important step to determining how you want your assets distributed, who you would like to care for your dependents and what your general last wishes will be.

Nearly 60% of Americans do not have a legal will.

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Creating Your Own Will

Personally drafting or copying and pasting legal language from random websites off the Internet is strongly discouraged.

The laws in each state will vary.  The last thing you want is to have a will that is not legally valid or enforceable.

Internet Attorney

Creating Your Own Will

Personally drafting or copying and pasting legal language from random websites off the Internet is strongly discouraged.

The laws in each state will vary.  The last thing you want is to have a will that is not legally valid or enforceable.

Get a FREE Simple Will

As a member, a Simple Will is included in the Personal Legal Plan.  That’s right, you can have an experienced lawyer provide you with a legal will just for being a member.

It’s easy!  You simply fill out the Last Will & Testament Questionnaire and the information that you provide on the form is used as a guideline to assist your membership lawyer to create your Simple Will.

What is Included in the Simple Will?

Here are just a few areas the questionnaire will cover:

Member Benefits

Since a Simple Will can cost $300+, the member benefit of a FREE Simple Will can pay for the membership each year.  Plus, as a member, you can take advantage of additional benefits, including:

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Get a FREE Simple Will

Once you become a member, you can consult with a lawyer in your area or the area you need assistance with in addition to utilizing all the legal plan benefits.

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