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Funerals often require legal help or may make you realize that you yourself have legal work that needs completing. We have partnered with some of the best online legal providers to provide you with affordable and efficient options.
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Our partner eForms is a leader in online legal document creation. Find and download for free their state-law specific documents including a last will and testament.
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Legal Documents

Find state-specific legal documents from both NOLO and eForms below.
$119.99
A complete estate planning package, create a will, learn how to leave assets through a trust, and organize records for your family.
$59.99
This bundle will explain in simple English the legal procedure and terminology associated with the responsibilities of being an executor.
$45.00
A Last Will and Testament is used to document how a person’s real and personal property shall be distributed after their death.
$45.00
A Living Will, also known as an “Advance Directive”, allows a person to state their end-of-life medical treatment and care.
$45.00
Power of attorney forms are legal documents completed by an individual to appoint someone else to act on their behalf.
$45.00
A small estate affidavit allows individual(s) that feel they are due an inheritance when the individual that died, did not leave a will.
$34.99
A will codicil is an addition to a will that explains, modifies or revokes a will or part of one depending on state law.
An attorney can look assist in multiple areas depending on you families particular circumstances.

How can an attorney help?

Probating a Will

A probate attorney could help you through the probate process.

Reviewing Estate Documents

The death of a loved one often brings with it personal reflection on your own preparedness, and with it, what estate documents you may need or update.

Administering an Estate

The estate of your loved one will need to be administered by the individual named in the will. An attorney can assist them with this responsibility.

How can an attorney help?

An attorney can look assist in multiple areas depending on you families particular circumstances.
Probating a Will

A probate attorney could help you through the probate process.

Reviewing Estate Documents

The death of a loved one often brings with it personal reflection on your own preparedness, and with it, what estate documents you may need or update.

Administering an Estate

The estate of your loved one will need to be administered by the individual named in the will. An attorney can assist with this responsibility or you can administer the estate yourself.

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Funeral Planning Checklists and Pricing Tool
Funeral Planning Checklists and Pricing Tool
At Obitia we know that not everyone pre-plans their own funeral. In fact, most people do not. This means that the responsibility for planning a funeral usually falls on the deceased's family who may not only be unprepared but also grieving the loss of their loved one.
Funeral Homes and Coronavirus Support
Funeral Homes and Coronavirus Support
The coronavirus (COVID-19), while not directly causing economic damage, has caused state and local governments to introduce shelter in place and lockdown orders, effectively stopping much commercial and economic activity. The side effect has been that many small and medium businesses have had to cut or furlough employees in order to stay solvent, creating massive unemployment and distress amongst individual workers and their families. The funeral industry is dominated by family-run small businesses and has not been immune.
What is a Living Will?
What is a Living Will?
A living will (also known as a "healthcare proxy" or "advanced directive") is a legal document used to inform medical workers and doctors of your medical and health care decisions and preferred medical procedures and treatments during end-of-life conditions and life-threatening conditions. This document has no effect after your death.

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