Estate Planning

Believe it or not, you have an estate. Your estate is your car, real estate, bank accounts, investments — everything you own. Get your personalized estate plan today in three easy steps.

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All Estate Planning Documents

Our personalized estate plan widget above bundles all necessary documents together for you. However, if you’d like to select a single document, view below for our library of estate planning forms.

Wills

Codicil

In order to make your codicil legally valid, you need to ensure that it is properly executed. Use our codicile form template to create the proper legal document.

Last Will and Testament

Our last will and testament form template can be used to distribute a person's assets and provide directions to loved ones when the person dies.

Last Will and Testament - with Trusts

Need a last will and testament with trusts form? LegalNature is here to provide you with the legal documents, forms or contracts you may need. Sign up now.

Finance

Joint Revocable Living Trust

Create a joint revocable living trust to be used by spouses to secure their assets during their lifetimes and then efficiently transfer those assets upon death.

Power of Attorney

Create a power of attorney form in minutes online. Simple step by step instructions to creating power of attorney in your state.

Revocable Living Trust

Create a revocable living trust form online in minutes at LegalNature. Step by step instructions to making a revocable legal living trust document.

Revocation of Power of Attorney

This revocation of power of attorney document allows you to end any previous authority you may have designated.

Estate Management

Affidavit of Domicile

An affidavit of domicile is used by an executor, administrator, personal representative, or heir of an estate to name the legal domicile where a person resided prior to passing away.

Affidavit of Heirship

Use an affidavit of heirship to transfer the decedent's interest in real estate or personal property to his or her heirs.

Healthcare

Healthcare Power of Attorney

A healthcare or medical power of attorney form allows an individual to make medical decisions on behalf of someone else.

Living Will

Create a living will to specify your healthcare preferences in the event that you are incapacitated or unable to speak.

Ultimate Guide to Estate Planning

Setting up an estate plan is simple and can often be accomplished very easily without the use of an attorney.

Estate Planning Tips

Make a comprehensive list of all your assets including bank accounts, property, vehicles, and digital items.

Do I need an Estate Plan?

Everyone has property and belongings. Be sure they go to the right place after your passing. We provide you with the information, tools, and forms you need. It’s fast, easy, and affordable to put your estate plan into action today.

Our Estate Planning resources
Essential Estate Planning Updates to Make after You Get Divorced

Divorce holds considerable implications not only for your financial future, but also for the future of your loved ones and even your medical care. To that end, it is imperative that you revisit your estate plan as soon as you seek divorce or separation. Keep the following estate planning considerations in mind as you proceed with your divorce. Befor

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What to Look For in an Estate Planning Attorney

Finding an estate planning attorney can be a difficult task, but selecting the right one can take away the stress of planning for your future. By working with an estate planning attorney you can put into place exactly what will happen to your assets when you die, giving you and your family peace of mind at an otherwise stressful time. The question t

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What Is An Affidavit? Here’s How to Write One

In a nutshell, an affidavit is a sworn statement that is documented in writing. Affidavits are usually utilized in court proceedings or in negotiations, most commonly in family law and bankruptcy cases, though they can also be used in civil and criminal cases. Read More

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