Online Estate Planning

Create, store, and share your estate plan in one secure place.

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Templates created by legal professionals
Over 3.6 million estate documents created
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How It Works

Answer our step-by-step questionnaires

First, create your core estate planning documents by using our customizable templates. For each document, just answer a few simple questions and we’ll do the rest.

Store your files in your Estate Vault™

Add your estate documents to your Estate Vault or upload your existing documents and files such as photos, videos, and scanned records.

Share your files securely

Once you add files to your Estate Vault, invite loved ones and representatives to access everything so they can fulfill your last wishes and carry on your legacy.

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Popular Estate Documents

Last Will and Testament

Appoint an executor and outline who will inherit your assets, take guardianship of your children, and provide for your pets after you pass away.

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Power of Attorney

Appoint someone to make your important financial, real estate, and business decisions if you are unable to act for yourself.

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Living Will

Specify the types of treatments you consent to and appoint someone to make medical decisions for you, should you become unable to act for yourself.

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We Prioritize Your Security

Estate Vault provides you peace of mind that your documents and personal information are secure. We use government grade security technology to store your files and maintain your privacy.

128-bit or higher
encryption strength
Transport Layer
Security (TLS) protocol
Strict privacy
policy enforcement

Commonly Asked Questions

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