Start With a Will, Finish With a Plan

Tired of the stress and confusion that comes with creating a will? We designed Willio® online will generator to make the process of estate planning a breeze. With Willio®, you can easily create, edit, and store all of your important documents, giving you peace of mind and ensuring that your wishes are carried out. 

Included with Your Willio Account

Build your complete Estate Plan. Have children? We have you covered. Your Willio account includes the option for a Minor-Children Will.

What do I need to create a Will?

Last Will & Testament

Specify who you want to receive your property, name someone to carry out your wishes, and appoint a guardian and a trustee for any minor children.

Power of Attorney

Name a person to make financial decisions for you when you are unable to make them for yourself.

Living Will

Also known as a Healthcare Directive, this document clearly states your health care wishes and allows you to name a person to make health care decisions when you are unable to make them yourself.

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Peace of Mind is Priceless

If you pass away without a will there are laws that dictate how your assets are distributed regardless of what you would have wanted to happen. We’re living in uncertain and unprecedented times – why leave your assets up to chance?

It’s a great idea to create a Will any time, but especially after a major life event:

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for Couples

Don’t be fooled by other Will generators – there’s no need for upgrades or upcharges. Willio includes everything you need to protect your family, including a Trust for your minor children – at no extra charge.

How long does it take to create your Will?
On average: 20 minutes.

What exactly is an Estate Plan?

Watch this video if you’re not sure what an Estate Plan is or if you even need one.

As Seen On:

“We were newlyweds who needed a Will, but didn’t know where to start and didn’t want to spend money on a lawyer. Willio is the user-friendly, cost-effective, and online option for creating a Will. The process was quick and there were resources every step of the way to make sure you had a complete and legal document. They changed the game!”
Chelsea V.
VP of Services & Newlywed

Does Willio Work For Me?

Willio may not be right for you if any of the following apply:

If you have a child with special needs who receives government benefits and who will be a beneficiary under your will, you should consider speaking with an experienced attorney. It may be necessary to create a special needs trust or take other action to make sure your child, or any other beneficiary with special needs, does not lose their benefits.

It is difficult to determine whether estate tax planning is needed without a lawyer evaluating your situation. However, in general, if your net worth is $10 million or more, or if you may receive an inheritance or appreciation in your assets that increases your net worth to that amount, you should seek the advice of an estate planning attorney who has a Masters in Law (LL.M.) in taxation.

If you have ever been diagnosed with dementia, Alzheimer’s, memory loss, or severe brain damage we suggest that you seek the advice of an attorney. A diagnosis of cognitive impairment does not mean that you cannot create a will or other estate planning document, but having an attorney prepare the documents for you will increase the likelihood that your wishes are carried out and that your will is not challenged.

If you have reason to believe that someone may contest your will upon your death, we suggest that you seek the advice of an attorney.

If your primary goal is to avoid probate court then you should seek the advice of an attorney.  For most people, getting a Will in place is the most important thing, but a Will does not by itself avoid probate court.  Willio does not currently offer revocable (living) trusts.  Willio creates testamentary trusts which are included in the Will, especially for people with minor children.  A testamentary trust is created upon a person’s death and is not designed to avoid probate court involvement.  Living trusts, or revocable trusts, require transferring assets to such trust during a person’s lifetime.  This usually involves transferring real estate to a trust which should be done by an attorney.  Willio may offer living trusts in the future but for now the goal is to help people get a will in place.

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