Wills & Estates

Download easy-to-use Will Kits, estate planning checklists, and provisional will clauses to help you write your Last Will and Testament. You can also find forms for executors.


If you're an adult and you own assets, you need a Will.

If you die without a will, your loved ones will be left with no choice but to apply to the court for letters of administration. The court will then decide how your estate will be divided up among your heirs. That division will be done in accordance with the laws of succession that govern in your area, and it may not be the way you would have distributed your property if you had had any say in the matter.

If you want to be the one who makes those decisions, you must make a properly executed will before you die. Your Last Will and Testament will then dictate who the beneficiaries of your estate will be, and how much of your estate each of them will receive.

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Alabama Heirship Affidavit

Prepare an Heirship Affidavit with this template form for the State of Alabama.

  • The Heirship Affidavit is usually used to establish ownership of personal and real property not identified in a Will.
  • The Affidavit sets out all of the potential heirs of the deceased person and may need to be recorded in the official land records, if there is real property involved.

The Alabama Heirship Affidavit form is a downloadable and fully editable MS Word template.


Alaska Affidavit of Heirship

If a person dies without a will in Alaska, it may be necessary to file an Affidavit of Heirship to establish ownership of the deceased's property.

  • The Affidavit lists all of the potential heirs of the deceased person.
  • If the deceased person owned real estate, the Affidavit will need to be recorded with the county where the property is located. The property cannot be sold until heirship issues have been dealt with.

The Alaska Affidavit of Heirship will help clear up intestacy matters and questions of property ownership.


Alberta Codicil to Will

Use this Alberta Codicil to Will to amend your existing Last Will and Testament without making a whole new will.

  • A Codicil is a legal document that allows you to make additions or changes to the terms of your will. Once it is completed, it will become part of your original Will.
  • The Codicil must be executed and witnessed in the same manner as the original Will, in accordance with Alberta laws.
  • The template includes the required form of Affidavit of Witness to Codicil to a Will.
This Alberta Codicil to Will form is provided in MS Word format.

Alberta Statutory Declaration re Proof of Death

Has your spouse recently passed away? If the two of you owned real estate as joint tenants in the Province of Alberta, you will need to file this Statutory Declaration re Proof of Death.

The Statutory Declaration must be recorded with the appropriate Land Titles Office, in order to have title to the property transferred into your name, as the surviving joint tenant.

This free Alberta Statutory Declaration re Proof of Death form is provided in MS Word format, and is easy to print, download and use.

Arizona Heirship Affidavit

Complete and file this Affidavit of Heirship for Arizona, to determine the ownership of property left by a person who died without a will.

  • The person making the Affidavit (the affiant) must list all the potential heirs to the deceased person's estate.
  • The affiant should not be a potential heir, but someone who knew the deceased person well enough to provide the required information.
  • If there is real property (real estate) involved, the Affidavit will need to be recorded at the land records office before the property can be sold.

Dealing with an intestate estate can be problematic. The Arizona Heirship Affidavit makes it easier.


Australia Legal Will Kit

Have you made a Will yet? Do it now - buy this complete Australia Legal Will Kit which includes everything you need to make your will.

If you have property, investments, stocks or other assets - whether in Australia or abroad - you need to make a Will to ensure that those assets are distributed according to your wishes.

The Australia Legal Will Kit contains the following easy-to-use forms:
  • Last Will and Testament for Australia, with instructions to help you complete each section of the document and properly execute the Will;
  • Making a Will - Frequently Asked Questions, a guide that answers many of your questions about how to make a proper Will for your state or territory, how to appoint an executor and a guardian for minor children, how to make changes to your Will, etc.;
  • Estate Checklist and Worksheet for you to record all the personal information, and information about your assets and property, that is required to help you prepare your Will;
  • Information about the duties and responsibilities of an executor (trustee).
Download your Australia Legal Will Kit immediately after purchase. All forms are fully editable.