60% of Americans do not have a Will.
It’s all about tomorrow
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?
*James I. Keane Award given to Hargrove Madden, and is the software platform used by NetLaw to develop its product offering.
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While there is no substiture for an attorney’s advice, you can complete all of the NetLaw documents entirely on your own. Once created, simply follow the execution instructions to sign your documents along with witnesses and a notary.
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