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21ST CENTURY ESTATE PLANNING

Avoid probate and maintain privacy with a Living Trust!

Skip the probate process and keep the assets in your family with a Living Trust. Make your Trust-based estate plan accessible, convenient, and budget-friendly with TrulyWill.
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Summary
Documents
Trust Bundle
(Individual Plan)
$499
Avoid probate with a complete plan for the protection and transfer of your most important assets.
Revocable Living Trust
Trust Funding Instructions
Certification of Trust
Last Will & Testament
Power of Attorney
HIPAA Authorization
Living Will
Important Directives:Advance Health Care Directive, Funeral Directive, and Pet Directive.
Trust Bundle
(Couple plan)
$699
Avoid probate with a complete plan for the protection and transfer of your most important assets for a couple.
Revocable Living Trust
Trust Funding Instructions
Certification of Trust
Last Will & Testament
Power of Attorney
HIPAA Authorization
Living Will
Important Directives:Advance Health Care Directive, Funeral Directive, and Pet Directive.
Trust Bundle
(With attorney assist)
+$200 to the base plan
The selected base package for a Trust bundle or Will bundle, along with an expert attorney to assist you in the process.
Revocable Living Trust
Trust Funding Instructions
Certification of Trust
Power of Attorney
HIPAA Authorization
Living Will
Important Directives:Advance Health Care Directive, Funeral Directive, and Pet Directive.
Why do you need to create a Living Trust?
Avoid the probate process and allow a direct transfer of assets to your beneficiaries.
Cater to unique and advanced estate distribution needs with a Living Trust. Design it however you want to!
Appoint a trusted person yourself to manage the trust and oversee the distribution.
Mention a guardian for your minor children and protect their future.
No legal or family disputes. There would be minimal chances of such disputes when you have set up a Living Trust.
Protect your Privacy. Trust records are not public as they don't go through probate.
Mention your funeral wishes.

Why Choose Us?

Affordable
We offer estate planning documents and bundles at a fraction of what you would usually pay to an attorney.
Accessible advice
You can chat, talk, or mail us for any queries. We're here and would love to make estate planning easier for you.
Convenience
There isn't a better comfort than completing this entire process right from your home. We offer that convenience to you!
Experienced team
TrulyWill has a team of attorneys with 20+ years of experience in estate planning.
Begin your Estate Planning and create your Living Trust now!

Need help? Talk to our Attorneys

We also offer an attorney assist option if you need legal help while creating your estate planning documents

Take the First Step
Feeling overwhelmed with the questions? Get started with a quick session with your state-authorized attorney then follow the guided text and questions.
Unlimited Assistance
Have questions that don’t fit into your unique situation? Your attorney is on the speed dial and your calendar. Book at your convenience.
Get attorney assistance service for $200 now!

Follow these four simple steps!

Our process is simple and easy!

Answer a set of simple questions (We also have guides alongside these questions!)
Submit the document, and our experts will review the generated documents.
Sign and notarize the documents to finalize your Living Trust.
Finally, transfer your assets to the Living Trust.

Bryan Tewksbury

“Should've done this before, had made it up to be really hard in my head. This was super easy!”

Bryan Tewksbury, 40
Husband & Father to a pre-schooler
Stephanine Quaranta

“Wasn't sure of the process, but the app & support helped me take care of everything.”

Stephanie Quaranta, 37
Mother of two
Kelsey Storrer

“Tried different ways to get my will done, but TrulyWill is the only place I completed it. ”

Kelsey Storrer, 42
Mother to a toddler
Michelle sansone

“Walks you step by step through it, it's painless and leaves you feeling satisfied.”

Michelle Sansone, 54
Single Mom with 2 kids

“I was pleasantly surprised to see how it was able to ask very specific questions relevant to my situation.”

Melissa Berger, 28
Mother to a toddler
Chasen Partsch

“Had been putting this off, glad to have found a guided, cost-effective solution.”

Chasen Partsch, 35
Father to a newborn

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Living Trust?
A living trust is a legal entity or arrangement that allows you to transfer and distribute your assets to your mentioned beneficiaries after you pass away. A person creates a trust during their lifetime and transfers their assets to the trust.

The person who makes the trust is the grantor. They can transfer any assets they wish to in the Living Trust. The person designated to oversee the asset distribution and manage the trust after you pass away is called a successor trustee.
What happens if you don't have a Living Trust?
If you pass away without a living trust or any estate planning documents, you'd be leaving all the decisions up to the court.

The probate court would follow the state's intestacy rules to distribute your assets. It wouldn't account for any special needs or family dynamics that you may have.

If you have a last will but not a living trust, your estate would still go through probate. It could take years before your family can access the assets. The distribution can take time, and if your family is financially dependent on you, they could face trouble managing their finances.
What should I choose: Will-based or a Trust-based estate plan?
Both plans entail different costs, benefits, and process. You should consider what your goals are with estate planning before deciding which option is the best for you. For example, if you want to make things simple for your family and avoid the probate process, a Trust is the best option. If you just want a simple plan to communicate who gets what, you could opt for a Will. Learn more about both the plans and see which one works best for you.
Do I need an attorney to set up my Trust?
You don't have to hire an attorney as you can set up your Trust yourself with TrulyWill. The process is simple and you have guides to answer your questions during the process. However, you can opt for the attorney-assist option on the TrulyWill platform if you need help. The attorney could assist you and provide you peace of mind about the entire process.
Who is the Grantor and the Trustee in a Trust?
The grantor is the person who creates and funds a specific trust. For example, if you set up a trust for your estate, you're the grantor. The trustee is the person you would appoint to look after the trust and manage the distribution of the assets after you.
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