Learn How to Make a Will: what it is, why it's important, and what to think about as you get started.
A Last Will and Testament is a key part of your end-of-life plan. It's the document you need to make sure your assets, most notably your money and property, get to the right places. Many people write their will with the help of a lawyer, but there are now options to complete your will completely online.
Have questions? We’ve got your back with the resources and recommendations you need.
Start with the basics
Think about specifics
Putting your wishes into a legal document can be overwhelming. Learn how to take it a step at a time with our guidance on How to Write a Last Will and Testament.
Decode the jargon
There's a lot of legal jargon around wills. Start to decode it all by learning What is a Testator?
Lantern has partnered with Trust&Will to provide a 20% discount for an online Will. Create a formal outline for who will look after your dependents (like children and pets), and what should happen to your assets (like money and property) when you're no longer around.