Will Guide
Introduction
What Happens if You Die Without a Will
Probate
Leaving Property to Heirs
Guardianships
Debts
Homes and Family Residence
Testamentary Trusts
Amending and Revoking Your Will
Marriage, Divorce and Children
Estate Taxes
Will FAQs
What is a will?
What happens if you die without a will?
Is my out-of-state will valid if I move?
What makes a will legal?
Can I make a handwritten will?
Do I have to file my will with a court or in public records?
Can I disinherit someone?
What should I do with my will after I sign it?
Can I change or revoke my will after I make it?
What happens to my debts after I die?
Where can I get my will notarized?

What You Need To Know

Introduction



A will is a document you create to control who gets your property, who will be the guardian of your children, and who will manage your estate upon your death.

The importance of a will cannot be overstated. More than likely a will is perhaps the most important legal document the average person will ever sign. Yet, over 70% of American adults do not have a will. Not enough time, can't afford an attorney, too busy to think about it - - are all common reasons why people do not prepare wills. EstateGuidance eliminates these reasons.

Through our online process, you will be asked a series of simple questions in plain English. We will generate a legally binding will ready for you to sign that is valid in all states. You can create a will on your own time, without an attorney, and with the guidance you would expect from the premier online legal service center.

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