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"I’ve been putting off getting my Will done for years. It was way easier than I thought thanks to MyAdvocate. It took less than 30 minutes!"

- Susan, MyAdvocate Customer

Welcome to the modern way to build your legacy

With over 40 years of estate planning experience, MyAdvocate is the complete solution for creating and maintaining your Will and all other legally-valid estate planning documents. Take the first step towards protecting your family and securing your belongings by getting started today for free.

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"I’ve been putting off getting my Will done for years. It was way easier than I thought thanks to MyAdvocate. It took less than 30 minutes!"

- Susan, MyAdvocate Customer

Your estate planning advocate

Creating a Will is just the beginning of your estate planning journey. We offer guidance and legal documents to help you create a complete solution to protect yourself, your loved ones, and your belongings.

How It Works

Build and maintain your estate plan with step-by-step guidance along the way.

Why MyAdvocate?

40+ years of legal experience

We’re a team of attorneys who have provided estate planning legal services to thousands of Americans.

Step-by-step guidance

Whether you’re new to estate planning or an estate planning pro, we guide you to confidently create and maintain your estate plan.

Secure SSL Encryption

Data security is our priority. We use bank-level encryption to keep your data and personal information safe.

Valid in all 50 states

We provide you with signing instructions to ensure a legally valid estate plan, no matter which state you live in.

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Our Plans

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When I Can't

Simple Will Plan

Provide for loved ones by designating beneficiaries and appointing an executor.

Benefits:
Name guardian for minor
Split equally to beneficiaries
Protect yourself in an emergency
Free

*Updates are free for your first 90 days. An annual fee of $19 is applied after that.

Most Common
Estate Plan

Custom Will Plan

Customize your estate plan for increased flexibility and protection for you and your beneficiaries.

Benefits:
Everything in the Simple Will Plan
Customize inheritance 
Reduce estate disputes

$149

*Updates are free for your first year. An annual fee of $29 is applied after the first year.

Maximum Protection
Estate Plan

Living Trust Plan

Protect yourself and your beneficiaries while keeping your estate settlement out of the court.

Benefits:
Everything in the Custom Will Plan
Avoid costly probate
Reduce emotional and financial burden for your family
$489

*Updates are free for your first year. An annual fee of $39 is applied after the first year.

Not sure which option is best for you?

Everyone has unique estate planning needs. Take our research-backed Assessment to find the plan that’s right for you.

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Learn the ropes of estate planning

Our Learn Center provides you with estate planning education so that you feel prepared to build your legacy and protect yourself, your family, and your belongings.

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What our customers are saying about MyAdvocate

5 star review

"Building our estate plan with MyAdvocate was so helpful! The process was easy and now I feel like my family is protected."

- Nancy, MyAdvocate Customer

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"As a small business owner, I wanted to make sure I was doing everything I could to protect the future of my business. MyAdvocate made it easy to plan ahead."

- Brent, MyAdvocate Customer

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"Love the step-by-step guide. Estate planning is new for us but it felt like we have guidance the entire time building out our plan."

- Alexis, MyAdvocate Customer

FAQ

Is it legal to do an estate plan online?

Yes, it's completely legal to create an estate plan online. MyAdvocate provides step-by-step instructions to help you "make it official" without the help of an attorney.

What is an Estate Plan and why do I need one?

An estate plan is a set of legal documents that protect you, your loved ones, and your belongings in the event of an emergency or when you pass away.

The government has a rigid set of rules that apply when you neglect to create your own estate plan, leaving you without a voice. That’s why we believe all Americans should have an estate plan.

What's the difference between Last Will & Testament vs. Living Will?

Although the terms Will and Living Will sound alike, they are different parts of an overall estate plan. A Will, formally known as a Last Will and Testament, is a document where people leave their assets to their desired beneficiaries. A Living Will is a document in which you specify what treatment you would want or not want to be used to keep you alive.

Should I have an Estate Plan even if I'm not wealthy?

Yes. While estate planning is often associated with the wealthy, most people, and their loved ones, can benefit from putting legal affairs in order - even if they’re not wealthy. Without an estate plan, your state legislature decides who gets your assets and, if you have minor children, who will care for them. Typically, without estate planning, the state courts will pass on any assets you own at your death to your closest relatives, even if that would not have been your choice.

Estate planning gives your family a roadmap to follow when you pass away or become incapacitated, making sure your belongings are passed on to those you select, and designating who will have the authority to oversee that your wishes are honored. Failing to address your estate may result in wishes not being followed along with those closest to you having to deal with an administrative mess.

What is a Living Trust?

An arrangement where a person (the trustee) holds assets for the good of one or more beneficiaries.

One of the main benefits of setting up a Living Trust is to keep your estate out of probate. Probate publicizes your wishes and requires attorney involvement, which can not only get costly and take months to years to finalize, but also increases the likelihood of estate settlement conflict. 

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