Here's a sample Will. When you create a will, yours will look similar.
Like all Wills, this sample will allows you to divide your property, provide for your loved ones, set up trusts, make specific bequests, and even choose a guardian for your children. You can set aside money to pay for funeral expenses and choose an executor for your estate.
Going from sample will to legally binding will take just a few minutes. We’ll ask you some questions about yourself and your wishes. At the end of our interview, we’ll give you a copy of your Will and let you know what you need to do to make your Will fully legal. This final step, called execution, typically involves a visit to the notary where the signing of your will is witnessed by one or more people.
Looking for more? Here are a few additional sample documents you might find helpful or try our Estate Planning Guide:
- Sample Affidavit
- Bill of Sale Template
- Non Disclosure Agreement Template
- Sample Business Plan
- Sample Power of Attorney
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