Your Legal Key saves you thousands of dollars by helping you prepare your estate plan, whether single or joint (married), while still providing you the peace of mind that your documents are being reviewed by an attorney.
Unlike other “do it yourself” websites who only provide some documents and charge you extra for the rest, at Your Legal Key we do not nickel and dime you for every single document. Your estate plan includes a revocable living trust, health care directive, power of attorney, HIPPA release and your last will and testament.
A living trust ensures your wishes are followed in the event you become incapacitated or pass away. If you own a property, have anything of value or have minor children, it is important to have a living trust to avoid probate (a court proceeding) and to ensure your wishes are followed.
Now more than ever, a health care directive is crucial to have. A health care directive is a legal document which allows you to designate someone to make healthcare decisions for you. In case of an emergency, this person will ensure your wishes are followed and will have the right to make medical decisions for you in the event you are not able to.
Prepare your estate plan from anywhere at any time. You can access your account 24/7. Our software saves your work progress so that you can come back at any time to complete it or download your forms if you already completed them.
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Estate Plan Single is for persons who are either not married or who are married but want to do a trust just for themselves (without their spouse). Your estate plan includes a revocable living trust, health care directive, power of attorney, HIPPA release and your last will and testament.
Estate Plan Married is for married persons who want to prepare a joint trust. Even though it is joint, it does not mean you have to agree on everything, you will have the option on how you want your assets distributed. Your estate plan includes a revocable living trust, two health care directives, two power of attorneys, two HIPPA releases and your each of you will have your own last will and testament.
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