Online Last Will and Testament for Single Person With Children

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  • Beginning Information

    This will form is for a single, divorced, or widowed person with at least one biological or adopted child.

    Appropriateness of Form; Unusual Situations

    This will form is appropriate if you are eighteen years of age or older, of sound mind, and your estate is small enough not to be subject to state or federal death taxes.

    If you have significant assets; have a business you wish to pass on to the next generation; cannot read, sign your name, or see; have a mental disability, have been determined to be incapacitated, or have a conservator or guardian; or have a domestic partner or gay marriage, then this will form may not be appropriate for you, and you should consult an estate planning attorney in your state for specific legal advice pertaining to your circumstances.