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21ST CENTURY ESTATE PLANNING

Protect your legacy and loved ones with a Last Will!

Making your will-based estate plan is now easy, convenient, and cost-effective. Built by attorneys, customized by you. Our Wills are valid in all 50 states when executed properly.
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Summary
Documents
Will Bundle
$149
A plan for who will look after your children and what should happen to your assets if something happens.
Last Will & Testament
Power of Attorney
HIPAA Authorization
Living Will
Important Directives:Advance Health Care Directive, Funeral Directive, and Pet Directive.
Last Will and Guardian
$99
A plan for who will look after your children and what should happen to your assets if something happens.
Last Will & Testament
Assign a guardain
Attorney assist
+$200 to the base plan
The selected base package for a Will bundle or Last Will and Guardian, along with an expert attorney to assist you in the process.
Documents of the selected base package







Summary
Documents
Will Bundle
$249
A plan for who will look after your children and what should happen to your assets if something happens.
Last Will & Testament
Power of Attorney
HIPAA Authorization
Living Will
Important Directives:Advance Health Care Directive, Funeral Directive, and Pet Directive.
Last Will and Guardian
$149
A plan for who will look after your children and what should happen to your assets if something happens.
Last Will & Testament
Assign a guardain
Attorney assist
+$200 to the base plan
The selected base package for a Will bundle or Last Will and Guardian, along with an expert attorney to assist you in the process.
Documents of the selected base package
Why do you need to create a Last Will?
Decide what happens to your estate and distribution.
Mention your executor who would oversee the distribution process.
Mention a guardian for your minor children and even your pets.
Ensure there are no family conflicts about inheritance after you pass away.
Pass your social media account access or passwords to whoever you want
Describe your funeral wishes in the last will.

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
We offer the convenience of creating estate planning documents right at your home.
Legally Valid
Our wills are legally valid in 50 states and we provide state-specific instructions for your documents.
Expert Team
TrulyWill has a team of attorneys with 20+ years of experience in estate planning.
Begin your Estate Planning and create your online last will 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 three 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
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

Do I need a lawyer to make my last will and testament?
There's generally no need to get a lawyer to make your will. You could use an online platform like TrulyWill and easily make it within minutes. TrulyWill also has an attorney assist option where you can get an attorney if you need help anywhere in the process.
Can my last will and testament be oral?
Only a few states consider an oral will legal only if it follows the rules. You would have to fulfill some criteria the state sets to be eligible to make an oral will. However, you shouldn't risk this to chance and create a solid, legal will on paper.
Can I write down my wishes and consider them a legal will?
Several states do not allow a self-written will unless you've followed the requirements. It would always be better to create a legal will by following all your state rules.
Should I update my will?
You should regularly check and update your last will after certain life events. It can be a new marriage, a child, or a divorce. Either way, keep updating your will after some tim
Can I leave or donate my estate to an organization or charity?
Yes, you can leave all your assets to a charity organization. The court would follow your wishes and provide the organization with everything. However, ensure that your last will is legal and made according to the state rules.
What is a Last Will and Testament?
Your Last Will and Testament are legal documents involved in estate planning. It mentions and explains your wishes about your estate distribution, i.e., who would inherit what. For example, you can mention who inherits your family home or jewelry. It can be anyone you want, a family member, or even a charitable organization.

The Last Will and Testament is often the essence of estate planning for most people. It would be enough when you just want to mention your estate distribution details in the plan.
What happens if you don't have a will?
If you die without a last will, it's called dying intestate. There would be no information about how you wanted to distribute your assets. Even if you think your family would know your wishes, they might not uphold them in court.

The probate process, in which the court decides how your assets would be distributed, follows. The court follows the intestacy rules that might not be what you want.

Also, the probate process can take anywhere from three months to years. During this time, your assets would be frozen.
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