Estate Planning Policies
The attorney in your state listed on the attorney contact page is not your attorney until you click “Begin,” submit payment and accept the engagement letter. After
you have fully submitted answers to the questions, that attorney will generate your documents and review and revise them. If the attorney has questions
or advice for you, he or she will contact. When you receive your will or trust documents, it is important to sign them in front of a notary
and witnesses pursuant to the instructions we send you. Your estate plan is not valid until you have properly executed your documents and the
notary-public and witnesses have acknowledged them.
We maintain all of the information you enter confidentially and securely. We will not share your confidential information with third parties.
Estate Planning FAQs
How is iWillandTrust different from the competition?
Other online will and trust providers are structured so that no attorney provides legal advice
and guidance. They may not ask you appropriate questions to produce an individualized estate
plan that is appropriate for you and your family. Other competitors may send out documents
that will not do what the customer thinks they will do; often, customers do not even realize
the documents may not be right for them! With iWillandTrust, you always engage a real, experienced,
careful, estate planning attorney in your state to review your information and edit your
documents, and who will be sure your estate plan is customized in a way that is unavailable
anywhere else online. iWillandTrust allows you to finally have a estate plan customized, reliable
and accessible to you. We are proud to have happy customers!
Is iWillandTrust state-specific?
Yes, iWillandTrust is state-specific. Your attorney makes sure your estate plan complies with the laws of your state.
The attorney reviewing your documents is an experienced estate planning attorney licensed and in good
standing in your state. Because we are expanding state-by-state, your state may not be
serviced yet by iWillandTrust, but we get there as soon as possible! Click here to see a
list of the states currently served by iWillandTrust: Attorneys.
What if I pay and then decide I do not want to use iWillandTrust?
If you have entered your payment information, electronically signed our engagement letter,
and begin answering our questions, but you decide within 3 days that iWillandTrust is not
right for you, and if you have not yet submitted your data on the Submit page, just contact
the attorney in your state by phone or email (Attorneys), and request a refund by
providing your full name, address, and the amount you paid. You will be issued a refund!