One of the worst experiences a family can experience is not being able to locate a deceased will or other documents needed to settle an estate.
Not being able to locate these documents leads to unnecessary legal fees and serious family disputes among family members. Family members and attorneys use The U.S. Will Registry to search for missing wills and estate documents that might be lost, misplaced or even thought to have never existed.
"My family knew my mother had an attorney write up her will, but no one knew the name of the attorney. It was so long ago. We are so thankful the attorney registered her will". Michelle Benson
"Without The U.S. Will Registry, my family would have never been able to find my grandfather’s will written back in 1975". So thankful. C.L. Kennedy
"My dad did not use an attorney to write his will. He told us he did one online 14 years ago, but we could not find it. Desperate, we did a search on The U.S. Will Registry and he did register his will. The registration told us exactly where he hid his will in the house, (Under his bed in a strong box), and it even stated who his friend was that had the duplicate copy of the will. This information was priceless. It save our family from enormous stress not having to decide what his last wishes "would" have been." M. Strauss TN
Our national will database eases the burden placed on your loved ones. In fact, it’s been estimated that 67% of all wills are lost or misplaced.
The U.S. Will Registry has minimized this problem. In the event the original copy of your will can't be located, your registration will state where your duplicate copy is stored. Lifetime Registration of your Will is easy, secure and remains confidential. Copies of your will are not registered, only their location. Your papers remain securely in your possession.
Once you’ve written your will and secured its location, uploading the information to our national database is simple and secure. Thousands of Attorneys, Health Officials, Senior Organizations and the Private Sector register Last Wills in The U.S. Will Registry.
"After not being able to locate either of my parent’s wills, I, and my siblings have registered our wills with The U.S. Will Registry. Now we have peace of mind knowing our own children will not have to go through what we did.". A.S. Manning