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LEAVE YOUR GIFT > Through your will or assets
Create Your LEGACY in 3 Simple Steps
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Assign Gifts to Important People and Causes
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Select Trusted People (Executors and Guardians)
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Sign With Witnesses

Enjoy the peace of mind that comes with having an estate plan in place. Make a lasting impact on the people and causes you care about the most.

Today, Human Rights Campaign is offering you the opportunity to easily create your estate plan for free through our partners at Giving Docs.

You can create your personal legacy through your will or beneficiary designation. Traditionally, this process has been expensive and time-consuming, but Giving Docs is here to change that. It's simple and straightforward: in just a few minutes, we'll walk you through each step. Once you're done, you can revisit or update your documents at any time in the future.

Gifts made through estate planning, referred to as charitable bequests, offer crucial support to the organizations and issues that are important to you. We hope that you'll consider making a legacy gift to Human Rights Campaign, but you are in no way obligated to do so. Thank you for living your values as we navigate new challenges together. We're grateful for you!

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"I have been looking for something like this, and it is the most
personalized will and testament I have found short of hiring an attorney.
The information provided is very well laid out. The forms were easy to complete.
Walks you through every step of the process to set up a will."
- JOHN
"In less than 15 minutes, I downloaded a copy of my new last will and testament. Giving Docs made it easy to plan the distribution of my assets to my children, friends, and charitable organizations. I would highly recommend this product to all of my friends and family."
- SERENA
"Very practical and necessary offering from this website!! Easy to set up, step-by-step directions to formulate legal documents as needed. All I had to do was get them notarized to make them legally binding. Wish all websites kept things as easy and economical as this. Excellent!!"
- EMANUEL

Frequently Asked Questions

Your last will and testament is a formal document that specifies your wishes when you pass away. If you do not have anything spelled out, the government will determine how your belongings, children and pets are placed among your living family.
Yes, once you have had it witnessed and notarized. Giving Docs will give you detailed instructions on how to do so in order to ensure that your will carries out your wishes. Giving Docs securely keeps your information in your profile so that you can quickly and easily update your will whenever you need to.
This offer is free to you for life, complements of Human Rights Campaign.
In all 50 states and DC! If you live outside of the U.S., you may use the Giving Docs process to outline your wishes in preparation for speaking with an attorney.
Yes. Giving Docs makes it easy to leave gifts to all of your favorite organizations. Giving Docs will prompt you to leave a percentage of your estate to your favorite school or educational charity, but you are not required to leave a gift in order to create a will through Giving Docs.
The standard will document you create on this website incorporates 95% of the general public's estate planning needs. If you have an advanced estate with multiple properties and complex assets, or would like to discuss alternative planned giving vehicles, we recommend consulting an attorney and/or financial advisor.
Yes, you can use Giving Docs to create a new will. Be sure to have it executed per the laws in your state.
Yes, Giving Docs offers the opportunity to leave a gift without altering your existing will through a codicil. You can access the codicil platform directly.
LEAVE YOUR GIFT > Through your Will or beneficiary designations