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We’re here to help every family leave a legacy. By providing affordable and inclusive digital estate planning services, we’re helping families of all shapes and sizes gain access to plan for long-term financial goals and build multigenerational wealth.

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Who needs an estate plan?

The simple answer is everyone. Anyone who is over the age of 18 should have a basic estate in place, with a Will being the most common estate planning document used in the U.S.

Creating an estate plan ensures that your children, pets, assets, final arrangements, and health care decisions will be taken care of exactly as you want them to be. Trust & Will is the easy, fast, and secure way to set up your estate plan online.

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