Each year (and throughout the year), Nolo's expert attorneys thoroughly review and update Quicken WillMaker & Trust, making legal updates and adding new features so that WillMaker stays current and gets better over time. Here are highlights of the changes made for the 2024 version.
The 2024 version of WillMaker & Trusts includes important legal updates that affect:
For over 30 years, Nolo’s WillMaker has been software that you download and install on your computer. Now, you can choose whether to make your estate plan online or with software on your personal computer.
When you purchase WillMaker & Trust on www.willmaker.com, you get a WillMaker account and access to your customer portal. In the portal, you can make your estate planning documents and find answers to your legal and technical questions.
If you purchase the Plus or All-Access bundles, you can also download the traditional software version of Quicken WillMaker. The two platforms offer nearly identical documents, interviews, instructions, and support, but there are some notable differences.
Important note: While the primary estate planning documents are identical in both products, you can not move a document (or its data) from one platform to the other.
With both versions of WillMaker, you can make an unlimited number of documents for yourself and your immediate family. Estate planning documents are not valid in Louisiana, the U.S. Territories, or Canada.
When you purchase WillMaker & Trust 2024, you also get these three Nolo eBooks.