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Free Estate Planning Forms

When planning for your family’s future, it’s easy to get caught up in the big picture and lose sight of the details. For example, if you have a life insurance policy, your will is not the proper place to name a beneficiary – you’ll need a Life Insurance Beneficiary Change Request form for that. Similarly, if you would like to donate your organs, the best place to make that wish known is in an Organ Donor Declaration.

To help you take care of the details, we offer the free estate planning forms below to all Everyday Legal by FindLaw registered users. We pride ourselves on being able to offer many simple legal forms for free, so as we grow, so will our offering of free estate planning forms. Please check back often to get access to more free forms.

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