After you create your Will at www.trustandwill.com, you will need to make the document legally valid. We provide simple and clear instructions with your Will to make it easy to execute your Will properly.

Each state has its own specific laws, and it's usually a combination of the following steps:

  1. Print (or have us ship) your documents
  2. Sign the documents
  3. Have witnesses and/or a notary sign the documents (if required in your state)

The specific requirements vary by state—like whether a notary is required or what the minimum age is for the witnesses. Some states also have options that may make it easier to prove a Will is valid after death. The instructions provided with your Will explain these requirements clearly and completely to make the process as easy as possible.

If you start your Will right now, you can be done in 15 minutes. We also have people available via the chat bubble at any time along the way.

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