Questions and Answers

As you embark on the process of creating your Will, the first step involves considering how much of your estate will be allocated to those who depend on you. Given your dependents, you can start creating a simple Will on this page by designating everything to your immediate next of kin. Alternatively, you might choose to leave the bulk of your estate to your dependents while making specific "bequests" - designations of particular items, property, or assets to specific individuals or organizations.

Another option is to identify specific items you wish to bequeath to particular individuals and then outline how the remaining estate should be distributed, perhaps to a different person or organization.

Whatever you decide, you'll have the opportunity to provide detailed descriptions of how your property will be distributed on the following pages. Take the time to consider your preferences and, if needed, seek guidance from professionals to ensure your wishes are accurately reflected in your Will. Proceed to the next steps to further refine the details of your estate distribution.

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Let’s get started

Crafting your Will and Testament shouldn't be complicated and by using this form we have made it easier for you, and the best part is it will only take a few minutes of your time.

Your Will is created by way of your responses to the form questions. For any help with completing your Will, review the Questions and Answers section to the left of each page, and you can click on any of the Tool-Tip question marks to learn more about writing your last Will and Testament.

If you need a break, don't worry. You can save your work at any time by clicking the NEXT button. You can check what you have saved by reviewing the numbered scroll bar at the top of each page. A check mark in the number box means you have completed and saved that section.

As soon as you have completed all the steps, you can make your Will legal by downloading the PDF, printing it, and signing it in front of witnesses. Instructions on the steps for signing will be attached to the PDF.

Get started by clicking the “NEXT” button below.