District of Columbia Inheritance

In District of Columbia doesn't your spouse get everything if you pass?

One of the most common misconceptions about the District of Columbia inheritance laws that cause people to put off making a will is the assumption their spouse will automatically inherit everything if they pass. In reality, it doesn't work that way. Who get what will vary depending on the types of assets you have and the District of Columbia's inheritance laws.

Isn't it expensive to make a will in The District of Columbia?

Often people put off making a will because they think that making a will is too complicated and too expensive for them to undertake. You can make your District of Columbia last will and testament online in only 15 minutes and save hundreds of dollars by using SimplyWilled.com.

Additionally, you can create important supporting documents like a District of Columbia healthcare power of attorney form, a District of Columbia financial power of attorney form, and a District of Columbia living will.

Do I need to hire an expensive District of Columbia estate planning attorney to make my will?

With SimplyWilled.com you no longer need to hire an expensive District of Columbia estate planning lawyer to make your will. If you have a complicated estate, for instance, you own a business, have significant assets, or are in a second marriage, don't worry SimplyWilled.com was designed for you.

If you have questions or concerns along the way feel free to download your estate plan documents and have them reviewed by an estate planning attorney before you sign them, or you may contact us as well. Remember, SimplyWilled.com promised a 100% money back guarantee.

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