Estate Planning - Willful

Allstate is pleased to partner with Willful* to provide you with an easy and affordable online will and estate planning option. It’s a simple process and you’ll have peace of mind knowing your loved ones are cared for.

Click Allstate’s referral link below and save 20% off any Willful plans.**

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(Note: You will be directed to Willful’s site where your discount code will be displayed.)

 

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Benefits of using Willful

icon-check It’s easy and affordable.
icon-check Willful platform will guide you every step of the way.
icon-check It can take less than 20 minutes to create your will.
icon-check Free unlimited document updates.

 

How does Willful work?

  1. You provide basic details and select your plan.
  2. Willful’s seamless online platform asks you questions to help ensure all your bases are covered.
  3. Make it official by printing and signing your documents.

 

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FAQs

What is a last will and testament?

Your will is a legal document that outlines how you want to distribute your assets (such as property, money, or care of minor children) after you die.

Why is it important to have a will?

Some of the key reasons, include:

  • Being prepared for the unexpected and protecting our loved ones.
  • Deciding how your estate will be distributed, and who will receive your assets.
  • Appointing an executor (instead of waiting for the courts to do so) to provide access to the necessary accounts and property to settle your estate.
  • Without a will, the courts could dictate how your estate will be distributed and ultimately your wishes or outcomes may not be the same as what the courts choose.

When should you create or update your will?

You should make updates to your will whenever you reach an important milestone (must be age of majority), such as:

  • Marriage or divorce
  • The birth of a child
  • Entering a common-law relationship
  • Buying your first home
  • Owning a business

You need a will. Willful has a way!

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*Online will service called Willful (“Willful”) provided by Final Blueprint Inc. and offered through the website located at willful.co. Willful is not a law firm and does not provide any legal advice. If you need legal advice for your specific matter, or if your matter is too complex to be addressed by our tools, you should consult a licensed lawyer in your area.
**Allstate referred customers can save 20% off any Willful plans (“Discount”). Discount offer valid for purchases made online at willful.co and cannot be combined with any other offers. Terms and conditions and some restrictions may apply. Subject to eligibility. Offer subject to change without notice.
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