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SIMPLE WILL
Fee: $149

The We The People Simple Will form is a document that allows you to describe what you want to happen to your property after your death. With the We The People Simple Will form you may:

  • Specify who receives your belongings and assets after your death.
  • Nominate a guardian to care for and raise your minor children after your death.
  • Identify the person to manage the distribution of your assets after your death.

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SIMPLE WILL CODICIL
Fee: $99

The We The People Simple Will Codicil form may be used to amend your Simple Will to change the choices you made when the Simple Will was created. Amendments may be desired for a number of reasons, including your situation has changed or you simply have changed your mind. A We The People Simple Will can generally be amended by the person who created the Simple Will at any time while the he/she is alive and competent.

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SIMPLE WILL PACKAGE (SINGLE)
Fee: $349

The We The People Simple Will Package (Single) combines several useful documents all into one package for an individual. The Simple Will Package (Single) contains the following items:

  • Simple Will
  • Organizational Section
  • Uniform Statutory Form Power of Attorney
  • Advanced Health Care Directive
  • Checklist for Executor/ Personal Representative

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SIMPLE WILL PACKAGE (JOINT)
Fee: $499

The We The People Simple Will Package (Joint) combines several useful documents all into one package for married couples. The Simple Will Package (Joint) contains:

  • Simple Will (one for each spouse)
  • Organizational Section (one for each spouse)
  • Uniform Statutory Form Power of Attorney (one for each spouse)
  • Advanced Health Care Directive (one for each spouse)
  • Checklist for Executor/ Personal Representative

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* The fees above do not include filing, recording, or courier service fees.

MORE ABOUT WILLS

Many people use a Will to accomplish their estate planning goals. A Will is a legal document that indicates your desire about the distribution of your assets and property following your death. A Will gives you decision-making control over who will be responsible to administer your estate and follow your wishes (the executor or personal representative), who gets what (the beneficiaries) and also, how and when they are to receive it. For those with minor children, what is most important is that a Will allows you to state who you want to be responsible for the care of your children (guardian). Without a will these decisions will be made by the court, not you.

Wills however, are subject to probate. Probate is the court-directed process of distributing a person's assets and possessions after death. The probate court governs the distribution of your estate according to the instructions of your Will.

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