The links below include additional helpful information on Wills and estate planning:
- Free Federal Forms - Our listing of U.S. Government sites that provide free forms.
- Layne Rushforth's Estate Planning Pages - An excellent primer on the basics of estate planning
Last Will and Testament
Distribute your property, name guardians, and appoint an executor.
Durable Power of Attorney
Appoint someone to communicate your decisions if you can't.
General Power of Attorney
A Power of Attorney is frequently used in the event of a Principal's illness or disability or where the Principal cannot be present to sign necessary legal documents.
Assign a Digital Agent
Share access to your estate documents with people you trust to help carry out your wishes.
Important Contacts - Your Will
Add contact details for your Executors and Guardians (addresses, emails, phone, and notes.)
You must complete your Will, before accessing this form.
Funeral Planning Checklist
Add additional funeral and/or memorial information that wasn't stated in your Will.
Organize Your Digital & Paper Files
Use these customizable printable worksheets to help document account related information.
Important Documents You and Your Family Need
Invite family and friends to DoYourOwnWill.com.
Leave even more to your heirs with term life insurance. Most people overestimate how much term life insurance costs.