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The First Digital Storage For Living Wills
Introducing the first storage for Living Wills and Estate Documents
According to AARP there are over 50 million people of retirement age 30 million have a will.
Why do I need a will?
If you do not prepare a will, your property will be distributed according to your state's law. This law may distribute your property in a way that is contrary to your wishes. For example, if your spouse and children survive you, in most states your spouse will get usually one-third or one-half of your assets and your children will get the remainder. If you have a will, you can leave everything to your spouse.
Who needs a will?
Anyone who has anything of value. You don’t have to be ready to retire , you can be 35, with a house and a car.
You have to spend thousands of dollars to have one made.
How many of you have heard horror stories of missing Wills, stolen Wills or just those that are destroyed to try and gain something.
There are approximately thirty million people with a Will. There are more people that don’t even know they need a Will. Our objective is to allow those who do have a Will, to have it Registered and stored in a secure place where they can have “Piece of Mind” that their final Wishes will be honored. For those that do not have a Will, RegisterYourWill will have a facility to request a Will and have it prepared by a licensed Attorney. After its preparation the new Will can be Registered and stored in our secure storage facility.
The importance of a will cannot be overstated. A will is perhaps the most important legal document a person ever signs. Yet, over 70% of American adults do not have a will. Not enough time, can't afford an attorney, too busy to think about it - - are all common reasons why people do not prepare wills. Register Your Will.com eliminates these reasons.
Through our online process, you will be asked a series of simple questions in plain English. We will generate a legally binding will ready for you to sign that is valid in all states. You can create a will on your own time, without an attorney, and with the guidance you would expect from the premier online legal service center.