Will and testament

The Will is one of most important legal forms you should fill during your life. Will regulate all issues as who will get your estate, who will take care about your children and menage your property.

You should know that in case you don't have will, after your death state where you live decides how your property will be distributed. In most cases surviving spouse gets 50% and children will inherit other 50% of your property. In case you don't have any known hairs, all your property automatically belongs to the state.

Will is considered legal only if you declare that document represents your own will in presence of two witnesses. You must sign it in front of your witnesses and also each of them must sign in your presence.

Appointment Of Guardian

Assignment of Entire Interest in Estate

Last Will and Testament

Living Will (Female)

Living Will (Male)

Power of Attorney

Intestacy Laws and Estate Planning

Estate Planning Mistakes


Free Will Forms

Estate Planning Tools

Living Will-Washington

Living Will-Ilinois

Living trust

Separate Mutual Wills