My 3 tips for creating your will
- Put "finish my will" in your calendar
- Have the important conversations first
- Make a list of any specific gifts you wish to leave
- Bonus: come back and edit anytime!
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Preparation and planning creates peace of mind— that's why we created Willful.
Let’s face it. Life can get busy and to do lists can seem never-ending. At Willful, we did the heavy lifting to make estate planning as painless as possible while skipping an expensive visit to a lawyer. Create a legally-valid will in minutes, not hours. Unlock peace of mind knowing there’s a plan in place for you and your loved ones.Meet our legal advisors
Our customers use Willful after important milestones, such as:
Recently getting married
Buying their first home
The birth of a child
We start with a few simple questions
To help us get to know you better, we ask you for a few basic details such as your name, location and what brought you to us. You can then select the plan that best suits your needs and after you create your account, you're only 15 minutes away from the finish line!
We guide you all the way
We worked with experienced estate lawyers to create a seamless experience to help you cover all your bases. You answer the questions, our technology customizes legal documents to best represent your wishes while avoiding common errors and contradictions.
You're ready to make it official
You've gone through the Willful platform and have paid to access your documents. Not only are your documents ready to print and sign but you can always log back in to edit and update any section, any time! If you have absolutely zero access to a printer, please email email@example.com to receive details on how to pay and request our limited Print & Ship service.Start for free
We kept our pricing simple and Willful helps pick the right plan for your needs.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a lawyer to draft my Will?
Why can’t I sign and store my will online?
How do Power of Attorney and related documents differ from Last Wills?
If I have a complex estate can I still use Willful?