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Yes. All of your information is automatically saved after you complete each section when you click “Next”. If you need to edit or update your documents, login with your email address and password to continue entering your information when you are ready. As long as your account is active, you can update or edit your documents at any time and at no additional cost.

You can upgrade to a different plan at any time and will be instantly credited the value of your existing plan.

Yes, in the interview process, select domestic partners and the system will draft your documents for a domestic partnership, same-sex couple or couple living together but not married.

To create an account, go to SimplyWilled.com and click "Get Started". Enter your email address and choose a password to create your account and begin drafting your custom documents.

To log in to an existing account, go to SimplyWilled.com and click on "Login" at the top of the homepage. Enter the email and password used to create your account and click "Login" to access your account.

To change the email associated with your SimplyWilled account, login into your account and you can change the email address associated with your account in the customer profile section.

To access and print your estate planning documents, log in to your account using the email and password you used when you created your account. Once you are logged in at your Dashboard, scroll down and click the green "Print and Sign Your Documents" button. This will take you to a page that lists your estate planning documents, from this page you can select which documents you would like to view or print by clicking on them. If you are using a desktop computer, you will be able to view your documents and use one of the buttons above the documents to print, download, or email the documents to yourself. If you are on a tablet or smartphone, your document will open in another window. The cover page of each document will include signing instructions specific to your state.

To review and print your documents, login to your SimplyWilled account at SimplyWilled.com using the email and password you used when you created your account. Once you are logged in at your Dashboard, scroll down and click the green 'Print and Sign Your Documents' button. This will take you to a page that lists your estate planning documents, which you can access by clicking on the document's respective 'View' button. If you are using a desktop computer, you will be able to view your document and use one of the buttons above the document to print, download, or email the document to yourself. If you are on a tablet or smartphone, your document will open in another window. The cover page of each document will include signing instructions specific to your state.

You can view your spouse's documents by logging into your SimplyWilled account at SimplyWilled.com using the email and password you used when you created your account. Once you are logged in, click on your spouse's name on the left side of the page to reach his or her Dashboard. Scroll down and click the green 'Print and Sign Your Documents' button. This will take you to a page that lists your spouse's estate planning documents, which you can access by clicking on the document's respective 'View' button. If you are using a desktop computer, you will be able to view their estate planning document and use one of the buttons above the document to print, download, or email the document to yourself. If you are on a tablet or smartphone, the document will open in another window. The cover page of each document will include signing instructions specific to your state.

You can edit your family's information such as your name, your spouse's name, your children, and your home by logging into your account on SimplyWilled.com and once on the Dashboard page, click 'Edit Personal Details' at the top of the page. Once updated, click 'Next' until you reach the Dashboard to save your choices. You can also edit other sections of your estate plan by clicking on the Get Started or Make Changes links corresponding to the various sections of your Dashboard (e.g., Leave property to your loved ones, Choose your final arrangements, etc.)

Its Simple. To create documents for someone other than you or your spouse, you need to create a separate account for that person using a different email address from the one used to create your account with us. Once the new account is created, answer SimplyWilled’s interview questions as if you were that person. The rest is simple.

We do our best to keep your data is safe. We use triple layer, bank-level security on our site and we never share your personal information with third parties without your permission.

Each year hundreds of thousands of Americans across all 50 states prepare their estate plans using online estate planning platforms. Here at SimplyWilled.com we are committed to making online estate planning safe, affordable and easy for everyone.

If you wish to cancel or delete your account, email Info@SimplyWilled.com with the information below. Your full legal name The email you used to sign up for Willing Brief explanation of why we did not meet your expectations (optional).

Yes, SimplyWilled.com estate planning documents are legally valid in all 50 states. Our proprietary estate planning software drafts custom estate planning documents in accordance with the laws of your state of residence.

Yes, our service was specifically designed with American citizens living overseas in mind. Members of the United States Armed Services often use our service when deploying. For more information regarding using SimplyWilled.com from outside the United States please email Info@SimplyWilled.com.

While we do not mail the documents to you, all your documents are immediately available for viewing, downloading, emailing, and printing. If you do not have a printer at home, you can access your account from any computer with internet access so you can print your offices at work, a loved one's home, or even the public library.

Unfortunately, SimplyWilled does not provide blank estate planning forms or templates to be completed by hand. SimplyWilled’s proprietary software asks simple questions about you, your family, and your wishes to instantly create your custom estate planning documents, which can be reviewed, downloaded, and printed at any time.

No, there is no expiration on your account or estate plan documents. Once you have signed your estate plan documents according to the instructions included on the cover page, your estate plan documents are legally valid until you choose to revoke them.

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