November 13, 2007 05:00 ET

Thanksgiving Is an Ideal Time for Families to Discuss, Prepare Their Estate Plans Online

Go Online to to Create Your Living Trust and Last Will & Testament in Less Time Than It Takes to Serve Dessert!

MELBOURNE, FL--(Marketwire - November 13, 2007) - This Thanksgiving, after the dishes have been cleared and before (yet another) football game begins, why not gather your family for a discussion on the importance of planning for death?

"Being together on Thanksgiving provides an ideal opportunity to discuss the important issues that will affect every family," says Liz Sayers, CEO of "In most families, these vital wishes have not been shared and the legal documents for a Last Will & Testament or Living Trust have not been created." makes it easy -- and inexpensive -- to go online to turn final wishes into the printed legal documents needed to protect family members from the avalanche of paperwork, decisions and emotions that a loved one's death can leave in its wake.

A full set of death planning documents from costs only $19.95 and couples get a discount. All customers benefit from a 100% money back guarantee if the service doesn't meet their needs.

New Living Trust Package Now Available

To help promote Thanksgiving as a great day to discuss future outcomes for the family, today announced the new Living Trust Package at a fraction of the fee charged by a lawyer.

The new Living Trust Package from provides the legal documents that make it easy to put private assets in a trust, control those possessions while you're alive and rest assured that, no matter when you die, your assets will pass directly according to your wishes.

For only $49.95, the Living Trust Package from includes a Revocable Living Trust with a pour-over Last Will & Testament, plus must-have core legal documents such as a Living Will, a Health Power of Attorney and a Financial Power of Attorney.

The Living Trust Package also addresses emotional and personal needs with three included documents -- Final Wishes Funeral Plan, A Bit About Me and Private Letters. Couples can save with two Living Trust accounts for only $74.90.

What makes the Living Trust Package so different is its price and its quality, explains Sayers. For people with simple wishes who don't want or don't need a lawyer, the online world provides attractive alternatives.

"Our main online Living Trust competitors charge $140 or more," says Sayers. "We charge only $49.95, and we include the funding letters without which a Living Trust is worthless. We give our users 12 months to make all their death planning documents, and we enable them to customize their paperwork with a choice of 6 fonts and 30 borders. The documents all print instantly."

The Living Trust Package can be a big help to all concerned, enabling users to retain control, remove needless barriers and give loved ones security and certainty, explains Sayers.

"When death strikes, its impact on those left behind can be lasting," says Sayers. "Everyone benefits when the right paperwork is done. makes it easy -- and at a price that everyone can afford."


Liz Sayers and her husband Jon felt the need to develop following ten deaths of family members and friends in a short period. empowers its users to plan for death successfully. In just a short time, anyone can make all the legal and personal documents that will remove some ragged edges from the loss felt by loved ones and pets left behind.

$19.95 gives users 12 months' access to create, view and print their documents (Couples get two accounts for $29.90). When customers want to make new documents, a further 12-month period of access can be purchased at any time. For more information please visit

As part of its service, gives people in common and standard situations legal information and the ability to make their own legal documents. does not provide legal advice or legal services. If users have any questions or doubts about their particular situation, itsmylife LLC urges them to go see an attorney in their state who specializes in Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning or in Health Care issues. and itsmylife LLC assume no responsibility for information that users provide or fail to provide when producing estate planning documents, where such information might cause any financial or other loss to user or user's estate.

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