Register a Last Will and Testament

You've taken the time to create a Last Will and Testament. Now, make sure your loved ones can find it when necessary. Once you’ve written your will and secured its location, entering the information to our national database is simple and secure. 

Thousands of Attorneys, Health Officials, Senior Organizations, and the Private Sector register Last Wills in The U.S. Will Registry.    

Is Registering a Will Difficult?

Registering your will is an incredibly easy process. The U.S. Will Registry documents the digital or physical location of your will, as well as the contact information of an attorney and financial institution. Additionally, it stores information regarding other end-of-life documents.

Once registration is complete, you will receive a certificate you can share with your family that shows you are registered. This also allows you to keep the contents of your will private until after your passing.

Can Others See Your Information?

Your registered information is only released once the Registry has been provided with:

  • A death certificate 
  • Photo ID   
  • The search is made by an authorized member whom you listed in the registration.
  • Information is verified by our legal department.

How Much Does it Cost to Register Your Will?

The registration fee for a lifetime is $29.95.  Every year, you will receive an email reminding you to update your will or its location. If you do rewrite or relocate your will, you are always able to update your registration. 

Be certain to tell your loved ones that you are registered. This tells them where to locate your estate documents while keeping those documents private and secure until needed.

Now you know how to register your will! Congratulations on taking a critical step to getting true peace of mind.


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