Create Your Complete Will in 10 Minutes

Secure your estate with The Postage's customizable online will maker, with plans starting at $75

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Make a Fully Legal Will in Minutes Online

$75 for individuals, $125 for couples

In the past, creating a will has always been associated with significant time, complex legal jargon and fees. The Postage simplifies the will-making process. Our fully executable online will builder helps you take control of your legacy and secure your assets for family members and loved ones.

  • 100% legal, fully executable will
  • 10 minutes from start to finish
  • Unlimited updates for life with a subscription
  • Encrypted software ensures your will is secure
  • Freedom to notarize it when you want
  • Protects your digital legacy
  • Includes guardian for children

How Our Do-It-Yourself Will Maker Works

Only a few steps separate you from your last will and testament. Once completed, you can download your will and get it notarized when you’re ready. And when life happens, you have the freedom to update your will whenever you want, for life.

Tell Us About Yourself We’ll help you answer questions that are necessary to build your will correctly, including spouses, dependents, and more.
Name Your Executor and Beneficiaries Once you have filled out your personal information, we’ll help you name the executor of your estate, along with the beneficiaries, or who will receive your assets. If you have dependents, here is where you’ll state their guardian(s) should you pass away before they become adults.
Outline Your Assets, Property, and Debts After determining who will carry out your will and who will take over your legacy when you’re gone, the final step in the will-building process is to detail your assets, property, and debts, which we’ll guide you through.
Review Your Will Once complete, you have the option to review your will and make any changes necessary before we automatically save it to your Postage account and make it available for you to download and print.
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Download and Share Your Document Congratulations! You now have your last will and testament ready to be shared and notarized (AKA become legally binding) at your convenience. We automatically upload a digital copy of your will to your Postage account, where you can add detailed notes to ensure your loved ones can access the original copy. To make the will legally binding, download it, print it out, and get it notarized. Once notarized, you can store a hard copy in your safe or in a folder.
Update Your Will Whenever You Want Life happens, and circumstances change. When they do, pick up your will where you left off and update it whenever you want. Download it again and upload a notarized version to your account. We recommend reviewing your will once a year to ensure it reflects any recent life changes.
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Online Estate Planning Made Simple

With our comprehensive digital estate planning guide, The Postage gives you total control over your legacy. For as low as $3.99/month, will customers receive our step-by-step digital guide that helps you manage:

  • Your estate plan & legacy
  • Storing & sharing your critical documents
  • Your account & device passwords
  • Writing emails now for delivery later
  • Your funeral plans

Commonly Asked Questions

Yes, you can add a pet in your will by listing them in the specific gifts section of your will.

Our online will maker is available to residents in Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas.

To download a copy of your will, log in to your account, go to my plans, and head over to the will and testament section of your account.

Depending on the state and county you reside in, you may need to file your will with the county clerk. Some states may not require it, but it’s recommended.

Yes, under the “About Them” section of our online will maker, you have the option to name guardians for your children.

We currently do not offer joint wills, but our family plan includes a will for you and your spouse.

After creating your will, you will need to sign it to make it legally valid. We include specific instructions that are required to make your will valid in your state. Most states require that your will be signed by you, two witnesses, and be notarized for it to be considered valid. Some other requirements may need to be met depending on the state you plan on filing your will in.

We currently do not offer trusts, but plan to in the near future.

Yes, under the “About Your Assets” section of our online will maker, you have the option to distribute your assets to beneficiaries under the “General Gifts” section and specific items to charities or individuals under the “Specific Gift” section.

Most states require that your will be notarized for it to be considered valid.

Many businesses and organizations offer notary services. Some examples include banks, public libraries, and local court offices.

You can make changes to your will by logging in to your account, going to the “My Plans” section, heading over to the will and testament section of your account, and clicking “Edit”. Once you complete the entire flow of the online will maker, it will generate your new will.

An attorney does not need to sign your will, but it will need to be signed by a notary.

More Than an Online Will Maker

Legacy Planning doesn’t have to be hard. Our easy-to-use platform makes life planning simple and empowers you to reframe how you plan for the future.

Rest assured your family and assets are well protected – so you can get back to living life!

  • will

    Will Maker

    Create, store, and share your will

  • Document Storage

    Store and share sensitive information and data

  • financial docs

    Financial Planning

    Assemble all pertinent assets and records

  • last wishes

    Last Wishes

    Declare your intentions for your finals days

  • security

    Passwords

    Collect your logins and account details

  • estate docs

    Estate Planning

    Organize your estate and last will and testament

  • life celebrate

    Funeral Planning

    Create the celebration or service you want

  • social person

    Social Media

    Give clear instructions about your digital legacy

  • letters

    Future Emails

    Send timely notes to your family after you’re gone

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