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Wills - Protect Your Family

Protect Your Family

Protect your family from having to make impossible decisions on your behalf and from family arguments. A comprehensive estate plan outlines exactly what you want and how to protect your loved ones and their relationships.

Wills - Protect Your Family

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It typically costs $1,000 or more to get your estate plan done with a lawyer. It costs so much because you have to meet with a lawyer at least twice and often more than twice. At Orbit Wills, we skip the meetings because they are not required for simple, straightforward estates. Here, you get the same documents for a fraction of the cost!
Wills - Protect Your Family

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To get your personalized documents, simply answer a series of questions and upload those answers to your account. When we get your answers, a licensed attorney at Orbit Wills will prepare your documents and get them back to you within 3 business days. You can even pay to have them done faster, too!

Quick and Easy Wills Online for Washington Residents

We have the documents you need at affordable prices. All documents are produced by a qualified, experienced attorney within just 3 business days.

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Last Will and Testament

Direct who should be in charge of your estate and where your estate will be distributed

Community Property Agreement

For married couples to confirm they want their estate to go to each other without going through probate

Health Care Durable Power of Attorney

Give authority to someone to make medical decisions for you if you become incapacitated

Financial Durable Power of Attorney

Give authority to someone to make financial decisions and manage your finances for you if you become incapacitated

Health Care Directive

Tell your family if you want to receive life-sustaining treatment if you’re in a permanent unconscious state or vegetative state

Disposition Authorization

Tell your family if you would prefer to be cremated or buried

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Knowing who your beneficiaries are and how they receive their inheritance is a critical part of estate planning. It’s important for trustees, executors, and other individuals responsible for distributing assets to understand the legal rights and obligations involved...

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