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60% of Americans do not have a Will.

 

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NetLaw is a revolutionary platform that helps customers quickly and affordably create their estate plans, using expert technology awarded by the American Bar Association for innovation. 90% of Americans do not have a comprehensive and up-to-date estate plan. If you’re reading this, you are probably one of them. What about your friends and loved ones that haven’t started considering what will happen when they are gone?

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The result is a comprehensive product that generates the essential, state-specific documents most needed – Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, etc. – which can be completed online in about half an hour. These critical documents can then be stored in NetLaw’s secure, cloud-based LifeVault for convenient access or updating when life events occur.

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