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Pet Estate Plan
The quick and easy way to care for your pet, no matter what
Last Will & Testament
Starting at $88
The comprehensive solution to detail your wishes
Revocable Living Trust
Starting at $348
Gain maximum control and avoid probate with a smoother, faster estate administration
How it works
Answer a few simple questions to tell us about yourself and your needs
We translate your answers into custom estate planning legal documents
Instantly download your documents for printing
Sign and notarize your documents at your convenience
Commonly Asked Questions
What is the difference between a last will and revocable living trust?
Last wills and revocable living trusts are the two most common estate planning tools.
A simple comparison highlights that revocable living trusts do everything that a last will does and more. However, that doesn’t mean that a revocable living trust is the better option in every case.
Choosing to create a revocable living trust or a last will is a personal decision driven by how you much value the advantages of a revocable living trust relative to its higher setup and ongoing maintenance requirements.
I don't have a lot of assets. Do I need a will?
Every American adult should create an estate plan, regardless of whether you have a lot of assets or only a few.
When you create your last will or revocable living trust with Just In Case Estates, you'll do more than just specify who should receive your stuff after you pass away.
You'll also identify your assets (helping your loved ones administer your estate faster and with less stress), determine who should care for any people and pets for whom you're responsible, declare your end of life healthcare and memorial preferences, and share important memories and values.
What happens if I die without a will?
If you die without a will or other estate plan, you forfeit the opportunity to direct what happens to things you own and the people and interests for which you are responsible.
The intestacy laws of your state, which are the laws that govern the administration of estates for people who die without a will, take over. Intestacy proceedings generally cost more and take longer compared to probate with a will, and they may lead to outcomes contrary to your desires.
Can I make an estate plan without a lawyer?
For most people, choosing whether to make an estate plan with or without a lawyer is a matter of personal preference. You do not need a lawyer to make a legally valid last will or revocable living trust.
Just In Case Estates’ document generator is crafted by our network of attorneys, and our last will and revocable trust plans are guaranteed to be legally valid to meet the specific requirements of your state.