Estate Planning Made Easy With Trust & Will

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Take control of your legacy.

Professional estate planning should be easy and affordable for everyone. That’s why we’re proud to introduce you to Trust & Will, a leader in online estate planning. Fifth Third customers can save 25% with Trust & Will, which offers a range of plans, starting at just $39 (before applying your 25% discount).1,2.

Make it easier for them—and you.

An estate plan isn’t just for the wealthy. It’s for anyone who has assets to pass on, people to look out for, or those who want to ensure their requests are carried out.

Benefits of an estate plan:

  • Ensure children are cared for according to your wishes
  • Direct your assets in a manner that you choose
  • Keep your family from having to make difficult decisions
  • Minimize future expenses and reduce estate taxes

Find the estate plan that’s right for you at Trust & Will:

Will

With a will, you can specify what should happen to your assets and who will care for your children.

Trust-based estate plan

With a living trust, your assets can pass directly to your beneficiaries without going through probate court. You’re also able to elect guardians and specify healthcare wishes.

Guardian

A guardian plan enables you to say who will look after your children in case something happens, and you’re unable to.

Trust & Will. The simple way to have an estate plan in place—for your peace of mind and their future.

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Additional Resources

Estate Planning 101: Estate Planning Checklist

Understand the basic concepts and strategies of estate planning with our estate planning checklist. Learn about wills, estate planning, and more today.

Five Documents Essential to Your Estate Plan

Knowing which estate planning documents you should have drawn up can ease the process of handling your estate. Below we explain what these crucial documents do and offer tips for making them work with your estate plan.

Beginner Estate Planning for Millennials

Being wealthy is not a requirement for creating an estate plan. Neither is being old, retired, having a family or owning a lot of assets. If you are a Millennial, and you haven't started estate planning, here's how to get started.