Will Forms

A standard will is usually called a “last will and testament.” The will specifies how the person’s assets will be distributed and who will be in charge of the distribution. The standard will is suited for individuals and couples with total assets (including life insurance and retirement plans) of less than the  exclusion threshold for the federal estate tax, which is currently $2,000,000.

A living will is called an advance health care directive. We’ve included the advance health care directive forms in our Power of Attorney Forms section.

Living trusts are sometimes set up as conditions of a will. They may be created while the grantor is still alive. Grandparents might want to make distributions to their children and grandkids before they pass away. A living trust can also be created for the benefit of the grantor. A person might create a $10,000,000 trust and receive regular payments for the rest of his or her life while financial benefits are also distributed to family members, friends, or charitable organizations.

Below are the legal forms we currently have available for Wills.

WILL FORMS
CODICIL TO WILL FORM
DO IT YOURSELF WILL
ESTATE PLANNING FORM – MARRIED
ESTATE PLANNING FORM – SINGLE
EXAMPLE OF A WILL
FREE WILL TEMPLATE
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT FORM
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT TEMPLATE
LIVING WILL FORM
LIVING WILL TEMPLATE
POUR-OVER WILL FORM
REVOCATION OF LIVING WILL FORM
SAMPLE WILL FORM
WILL FORM (GRANDPARENT WITH GRANDCHILDRENS TRUST)
WILL FORM (MARRIED WITH ADULT CHILDREN)
WILL FORM (MARRIED WITH MINOR CHILDREN)
WILL FORM (MARRIED WITH NO CHILDREN)
WILL FORM (REMARRIED WITH ADULT CHILDREN)
WILL FORM (REMARRIED WITH MINOR CHILDREN)
WILL FORM (SINGLE WITH NO CHILDREN)
WILL FORM (STANDARD)