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Will for Married People with No Children Basics

For those who are married with no children, it's still a good idea to think about estate planning. This last will and testament is set up to help you determine who (or what, if it's an organization) will receive your property after you pass away, in addition to setting up provisions to protect your spouse. Our step-by-step process creates a legal will that outlines your choices, including who will receive your property and who will carry out your wishes.

Use the Will for Married People with No Children document if:

  • You're married and have no children.
  • You'd like to decide who gets your assets after death, including digital assets.*
  • You'd like to designate the person who will carry out the terms of the Will.

    Tax Exemption: If your estate exceeds the federal estate tax exemption amount, currently $5,120,000, this document may not address all of your needs. Consult a lawyer for more complex estate planning.

    Digital assets: This type of asset includes any online accounts or files stored on a computer or server. For example, these can all be considered digital assets: email accounts, blogs, social-networking websites, online backup services, photo and document sharing websites, financial and business accounts, domain names, virtual property, and computer files.


Sample Will for Married People with No Children

More than just a template, our step-by-step interview process makes it easy to create a Will for Married People with No Children.

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This document is sometimes called a Last Will and Testament.


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