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Why should I have a pour over will?

  • Checkmark It ensures that all your property will be in your trust at the time of your passing
  • Checkmark Property you did not add to your trust will automatically be transferred to it
  • Checkmark Since your trust will not become public record after your death, the details of who inherits the property transferred through the pour over will remain private

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Easily create a pour over will tailored to your specific needs.

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Prevent probate issues

Avoid possible probate issues by making sure all your property is in your living trust.

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A pour over will ensures that all your property is a part of the same living trust.

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Gather Information

As you complete your pour over will, you will need to provide certain relevant information. This includes your name, date of birth, and address. You will also have the option of providing any information related to your funeral and burial wishes in addition to what state's law will govern your pour over will. 

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Use the information you collected to complete your pour over will. We make this easy by guiding you each step of the way and helping you to customize your document to match your specific requirements. As you answer certain questions, the document will adjust to accommodate your needs.

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Always read your document thoroughly to ensure it contains everything you need and is free of errors. In any case, once you finish creating your document, you will be able to alter it as much as you like in Microsoft Word. However, if you do not need to make any changes, you can simply download the PDF version.


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A pour over will is a special type of last will that typically works in conjunction with a living trust. It can be a life saver when the grantor of a trust (i.e., the creator of the trust) does not transfer all their property into it and leaves no instructions as to which beneficiaries should receive the excluded property.

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