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For a limited time, Fifth Third customers can create a will at no cost through a leading online estate planning provider, Trust & Will. This offer ends February 29th, 2024.

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Secure your legacy and protect your family’s future.

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—that offers an easy-to-use platform with simple step-by-step instructions so you can complete your estate plan from the comfort of your own home.  

Make it easier for them—and you.

An estate plan is for anyone who has children or pets, assets to pass along, or wants to ensure their medical and healthcare preferences are carried out according to their wishes.

Benefits of an estate plan:

  • Ensure children and pets 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
  • Give your family peace of mind knowing you have a plan in place

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


A plan for what should happen to your assets, how you’d like to be cared for when you need it, and who would look after your children.

Trust-based estate plan

The most comprehensive and complete way to secure your assets and loved ones. Avoid probate court and allow your assets to pass seamlessly to your beneficiaries with a Trust-Based Estate Plan.

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

Setting a Strategic Inheritance Plan

Estate planning isn’t the easiest conversation. As you create your inheritance plan, consider these factors to help influence your inheritance strategy.

Essential Documents Needed for Retirement

What documents do I need in retirement? Fifth Third Bank has a complete list of essential documents you need in retirement to kickstart your planning.

How to Talk to Adult Children About Estate Planning

From inheritance planning to finalizing your will, Fifth Third Bank offers tips on how to discuss your estate plan with adult children and loved ones.