Did you know that 67% of adult children did not know where their parents will is, or the attorney to contact? Another survey showed that 73% of seniors who were asked if their children know where their will is, stated they "didn't want their family to know" for fear of it disappearing. The probate section of every state bar association claims they get calls all day, every day, asking for help locating a parents last will.
The U.S. Will Registry offers FREE registration of Last Wills to ensure that if your Will is lost, misplaced or even not known to have been written, your beneficiaries can easily find it. The lifetime registration of your Will is FREE, easy, secure and remains confidential. The U.S. Will Registry only documents the location of your Will, not a copy. Registered information is not provided until a death certificate is received, and ID is provided to our legal department. Once verified, the information is then released to an attorney.
If you are unable to locate a will and need to perform a search of registered wills in our National Database, click here to conduct a Will Registry search. Not being able to find a missing Will causes unlimited stress and potential financial loss for a family or beneficiaries.
Make sure you register your will and estate planning documents with The U.S. Will Registry. Once registered, you will receive a certificate that will inform your family that you are registered. This will give you, and all family members, peace of mind knowing your will remains private, secure, protected and available... when needed.
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