Easy Online Estate Planning Just Got Easier!

After a world-changing 2020, people are starting to realize the value of legacy planning. The biggest mistake you can make is thinking you don't have enough property to plan your estate. No matter your net worth, you need the proper documentation to dictate your end-of-life wishes for your finances, healthcare, and even guardianship. NetLaw Legacy is here to provide you with an easy solution for the hard questions in life.

The Big Three Legacy Questions

Who will care for your young children?

Without naming a Guardian, a judge will decide who will have custody and control of your children and their inheritance. Naturally, you want to ensure your kiddos go to the person you trust the most. If you wish to avoid custody battles between family members, you should plan your estate.

What happens to your property?

Suppose you bought a house or car that you want to remain in the family when you pass away. No biggie! After some time in public court, your assets and bank accounts may finally be accessible to the right person. Or maybe not. If you want to avoid uncertainty, you should plan your estate.

Who has the power?

Asking "who has the power" may sound like a silly question initially. However, suppose you become incapacitated for any reason. In that case, you need to have someone you trust appointed to make medical and financial decisions on your behalf. Needless to say, you should plan your estate.

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Last Will & Testament

Also called a Will, this document dictates debt arrangements and asset distribution at death. Your Will is also crucial for naming a guardian for minor children and a personal representative (executor) to oversee the settlement of your estate.

Living Trust

Or Revocable Living Trust is a document often paired with your Will to minimize court proceedings and public records. Certain assets and funds are distributed through your Trust instead of your Will to avoid probate court and maintain privacy.

Power of Attorney

This document names and authorizes those responsible for making financial decisions and transactions if you are incapacitated.

Health Care Surrogate Designation

Or a Health Care Power of Attorney is a document that names a person to make healthcare decisions if incapacitated.

HIPAA Authorization

"HIPAA" is the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996. This federal law protects your private medical and mental health information. Your HIPAA Authorization designates a person or party that may receive access to your confidential medical and mental health information.

Living Will Declaration

Also called Advance Directive instructs your physicians and loved ones whether to keep you alive or not if you are permanently unconscious or have a terminal condition.

Give Legacy A Try!

NetLaw Legacy is your comprehensive online estate planning solution. Quickly create attorney-backed legal documents from the comfort of your sofa without any legal background of your own. Whether stationary or on the go, you can access your account with any device without downloading an app!

Here's what you get

You get unlimited changes to all the documents mentioned in the Legacy plus a few bonus perks:

  • Last Will & Testament
  • Revocable Living Trust w/Children's Trust
  • Financial Power of Attorney
  • Healthcare Surrogate Designation
  • HIPAA Authorization
  • Living Will/Advance Directive
  • Pet Trust

You also have access to 15 GB of secure cloud storage and complimentary spouse document preparation. We know you'll love using NetLaw, so we'll even throw in a 7-day money-back guarantee*!

* Limited guarantee not applicable in North Carolina

All you have to do is:

  1. Sign up for NetLaw Legacy App using your Agent's referral code
  2. Fill out your family profile
  3. Use a dropdown to make elections quickly
  4. Assemble and execute your documents in minutes
  5. Upload your completed documents in your complimentary cloud storage for easy access

Documents You Can Trust

No, we are not a law firm, but we did begin from one. In 2012, Hargrove Madden, a Kentucky-based law firm, launched a new platform for delivering online estate planning services. That same year NetLaw launched as a separate and new technology company after receiving an award from the American Bar Association for our online delivery of lawyer-backed products.

NetLaw has nearly a decade of estate planning experience and has served over 100,000 consumers looking for an easy and affordable online product. In addition, we supply documents drafted by actual attorneys from every state in the U.S.

James Keane Award for Excellence in eLawyering

* James Keane Award for Excellence in eLawyering, given to Hargrove Madden for the software platform used by NetLaw to develop its product.

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