How It Works
Follow these simple steps to complete your estate plan:
Step 1: Pick the Package You Want
Step 2: Complete the Online Questionnaire
Orbit Wills is intended to work for people with simple estates. There are some estates that will require attorney involvement because there are complicated issues. Don’t worry, you’ll answer some questions as part of the process that will tell you whether you can do an estate plan through Orbit Wills or if you have a more complicated estate. If you do have a more complicated estate, we will give you contact information for one of our attorneys who can help you – and you get a discount on that service for starting with Orbit Wills.
To complete the online questionnaire, you will need to create an account. This allows you to complete the questionnaire at your leisure, including the ability to save your application and come back to it later.
Completing the questionnaire should not be too difficult but there may be some questions you need to think about or discuss with loved ones. Please refer to our FAQ and Glossary pages if you have questions about the documents, terms, or phrases that come up during the questionnaire.
When you have completed the questionnaire, you submit the information to us and wait for your documents!
Step 3: Download, Print & Sign Your Documents
After you have uploaded your answers, a lawyer at Orbit Wills will prepare your documents within 3 business days.
Once we have prepared your plan, we will send you an email that the documents are available for download on your account at www.orbitwills.com. You simply sign into your account, download the documents to your computer and print them! We will send you specific instructions for how to sign each document and what to do with them after you have signed.
Quick and Easy Wills Online
Direct who should be in charge of your estate and where your estate will be distributed.
For married couples to confirm they want their estate to go to each other without going through probate.
Give authority to someone to make medical decisions for you if you become incapacitated.
Give authority to someone to make financial decisions and manage your finances for you if you become incapacitated.
Tell your family if you want to receive life-sustaining treatment if you're in a permanent unconscious state or vegetative state.