FreeWill

Free, warm, intuitive online tools to provide estate planning documents for simple estates. For more complex estates, an intake form is produced and help finding local T&E attorneys. We also make charitable giving easy throughout the process. We partner with nonprofits to help them on their planned giving fundraising campaigns.


Overview

StatusActive
CategoryDocument Automation
HeadquartersPalo Alto, CA
Founded2017
Tags end-of-life planning, wills, trusts & estates
Websitewww.freewill.com

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