ONLINE LIVING WILL

An online living will is a legal document stating and protecting your end of life care medical wishes. This document is extremely important to make sure you have on file so If you are facing a terminal condition, in a persistent vegetative state, or in an irreversible coma, your Healthcare Power of Attorney knows what you wishes are for life sustaining treatment. It also ensures that the medical providers that are providing for your care recognize and honor the wishes that you have and the decisions that your Healthcare Power of Attorney makes.

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ONLINE ESTATE PLANNING

Online estate planning is a fast and inexpensive option for creating an estate plan. Online estate planning options include creating a last will and testament or a living trust. Estate planning is important for ensuring your wishes are carried out the way you intend after your death. However, many people overlook this critical task and leave it until it is too late.

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ONLINE LAST WILL & TESTAMENT

An online last will & testament is a document that states what you want to happen after your death. It’s sometimes referred to as your “last will and testament.” If you die without a will, your estate is distributed to your family following general, pre-established guidelines. This means your estate may be divided in a way you didn’t want. The people you hoped would inherit your estate may not.

DOWNLOAD YOUR FORMS

Download the living will form for free, and only pay when you file.

FILL OUT THE INFORMATION

Completely fill out all of the information needed for your living will.

WILL PREPARATION BEGINS

Send your form to Ogborne Law, PLC to begin the will preparation process.

RECEIVE YOUR LEGAL DOCUMENT

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You want to protect your family. Will they be protected if you’re no longer here? Download our guide and be ready.

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ONLINE LIVING WILL FAQ

ONLINE LIVING WILL FAQ

Read frequently asked questions about online living will services.

What is a Living Will?

An living will is a legal document stating and protecting your end of life care medical wishes. This document is extremely important to make sure you have on file so If you are facing a terminal condition, in a persistent vegetative state, or in an irreversible coma, your Healthcare Power of Attorney knows what you wishes are for life sustaining treatment. It also ensures that the medical providers that are providing for your care recognize and honor the wishes that you have and the decisions that your Healthcare Power of Attorney makes.

What is an Online Last Will & Testament?

An online living will is a fast and inexpensive option for creating a will. You simply download the living will form template, fill it out, and then contact Ogborne to begin will preparation.

How to Make a Living Will Online

You can easily make a living online by using our living will forms . Ogborne Law, PLC is a fast and inexpensive option for creating a living will. You simply download the living will form template, fill it out, and then contact Ogborne Law, PLC to begin will preparation.

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