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Simple Estate Planning and Last Wills - Online -

Today I am launching a new website that provides online simple estate planning services to Indiana residents -  Simple estate planning is essentially estate planning for people with - well - simple estates.  A simple estate plan is a great way to make sure that your wishes are carried out in the event of death or disability. provides documents that can help you create your simple estate plan, including:

Last Will and Testament

With this Indiana Last Will and Testament, you can leave specific property to certain people or children via a written list or memo that you attach to your will. From there, this Indiana Will contemplates that the remainder of your estate be distributed to your surviving spouse, and if no spouse survives you, then to your surviving children.

Living Will / Advance Directives / Healthcare Directive

A Living Will / Healthcare Directive / Advance Directive protects your right to refuse any medical treatment you do not want, or to request any treatment that you do want, in the event that you lose the ability to make decisions for yourself.

Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney lets you name someone to make certain decisions (healthcare, financial...etc) on your behalf in the event you are unavailable or not able to speak for yourself.

Simple Estate Planning Packages

Our Indiana Simple Estate Planning Packages provide essential documents for you to create a simple estate plan to ensure that your estate is handled properly in the event you become disabled, incapacitated, otherwise unable to manage you estate yourself, or pass away. The Indiana Simple Estate Planning Packages include:

  • Indiana Last Will and Testament (for Married individuals).
  • Indiana Living Will Declaration.
  • Indiana Durable Power of Attorney.
  • Indiana Healthcare Power of Attorney (with optional appointment of Healthcare Representative).
  • Indiana Life Prolonging Procedures Declaration.