August 2, 2014

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If you’re like half of America, preparing your will is the elephant in the room. You know you have to do it. You know it’s the right thing to do, but thinking about death isn’t one of your favorite topics. So you ignore it. But today is the day to do the right thing and prepare your Last Will & Testament with Quick Law Docs. This document leaves your estate to named persons or entities, including portions or percentages of the estate, specific gifts, creation of trusts for management and future distribution of all or a portion of the estate. A will usually names an executor to manage the estate, states the authority and obligations of the executor in the management and distribution of the estate, sometimes gives funeral and/or burial instructions, nominates guardians of minor children and spells out other terms.

It’s simple, inexpensive and painless to put together. And it will protect your assets—and your family. So don’t let the courts decide how to deal with your estate. When it comes to issues such as distribution of assets, special bequests and funeral and burial directives, eliminate the burden on your family. You decide. With Quick Law Docs.


Before beginning the process of creating your Will, be sure to think through/research the following:

  • A list of beneficiaries
  • A selected personal representative (usually a family member or trusted friend)

“Worrying about not having a will was taking years off my life. I didn’t know who to call or how to proceed. I was scared to call an attorney because I had no idea what it would cost me. Finding QUICKLAWDOCS was a lifesaver. Their one price documents fit my budget—what a relief! Filling out the questionnaire was easy. And when my will printed and was ready for signature, I knew it would keep my family safe if the worst happened. I am so relieved to have this important document taken care of once and for all.”

Eric L.
Business Owner
Boca Raton, FL