SIMPLE ESTATE PLANNING FOR MARRIED COUPLES

Begin your Simple Estate Planning documents on-the-go or from the comfort of your home with the form below. These planning documents include your Last Will & Testament, Durable Power of Attorney, and Medical Directive (also called a Living Will). Once your information has been submitted, Attorney Richard Burton will contact you to review your documents and schedule a meeting to have each one properly executed.

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Do you want to create documents for both of you? *
LAST WILL & TESTAMENT
Example: YES 1) John Henry Doe, Jr., 14 years old. He is both myself, John Henry Doe, Sr., and my wife Mary Lee Doe's son; 2) Darryl James Smith, 22 years old. He is my wife's son from a previous relationship.
Example: I leave all of my assets to my spouse. If my spouse passes before me, I leave all of my assets to my children, equally.
Example: I would like my spouse to be the Primary Executor, and my son, John Henry Doe, Jr., to be my 1st backup Executor and Darryl James Smith to be my 2nd backup Executor.
DURABLE POWER OF ATTORNEY DOCUMENTS
MEDICAL DIRECTIVES - LIVING WILL
If YOU become terminally ill or injured: Do YOU want to have life sustaining treatment? Life sustaining treatment includes drugs, machines, or medical procedures that would keep you alive but would not cure you. *
If YOU become terminally ill or injured: Do YOU want to have food and water provided through a tube or an IV? *
If YOU become permanently unconscious: Do YOU want to have life-sustaining treatment? *
If YOU become permanently unconscious: Do YOU want to have food and water provided through a tube or an IV? *
If YOUR SPOUSE becomes terminally ill or injured: Does he or she want to have life sustaining treatment? Life sustaining treatment includes drugs, machines, or medical procedures that would keep him or her alive but would not cure him or her. *
If YOUR SPOUSE becomes terminally ill or injured: Does he or she want to have food and water provided through a tube or an IV? *
If YOUR SPOUSE becomes permanently unconscious: Does he or she want to have life-sustaining treatment? *
If YOUR SPOUSE becomes permanently unconscious: Does he or she want to have food and water provided through a tube or an IV? *
YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION
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 Note: starting your plan through the form submission process does not establish an attorney-client relationship.