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Ensure that all the documents in your life are easily manageable, sparing your loved ones from any overwhelming burden when you're no longer around.
Avoid storing important documents in a vulnerable file cabinet that carries the risk of damage. Steer clear of safe deposit boxes as well, as the bank's strict protocols might demand a court order to grant your family access, leading to frustrating delays. Instead, entrust your valuable information, legal papers, online accounts, and personal desires to our secure and boundless vaults. Share them with your loved ones now or indicate your preference for us to deliver them in the future.

Digital Organization is Good



Lawyer-approved, state specific & up to date with step-by-step guidance to ensure everything you care about is covered.

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Estate Planning Wizards

Create Will, Health Directive and Power of Attorney. Designate Beneficiaries and assign executors. Upload in your vault and make sure your beneficiaries are assigned so they automatically receive your will without a 3rd party's involvement.


Pre-Organized Vaults for Your Convenience

Organize important documents in digital vaults accessible to family members from anywhere. Designate when and who received your information. Guaranteed delivery to your recipients as you direct. Includes 2 Emergency Cards.

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Give Keychain Tags For Each Recipient of Your Vaults.

Securely protect your information with assigned passcodes. Recipients can easily retrieve designated information by scanning a unique barcode or accessing it online with their passwords.

Begin your journey immediately with these simple steps ...

  • Start setting up your unlimited digital vaults. You can upload legal documents insurance, health and even financial like crypto passwords... etc.
  • Fill out provided estate planning templates. We include Power of attorney, will and health directive.
  • Fill out provided end of life planning questionnaire. Upload it and designate delivery for any of your family members.
  • Fill out Emergency card information for you and another member. We will engrave and ship to you at no extra charge.
  • Designate up to 4 recipients for each vault depending on who you would like to see information and when.
  • Zero knowledge encryption for information so that even We cannot see it.
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As the mother of two young boys, IronClad Family takes one more thing off my plate and lets me rest easier knowing that in case of any event, my boys will still know me, know about their family, and their caregivers will know where everything is!"

Courtney L.
Mother, Elementary School Teacher


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With an IronClad Family subscription, your notary needs become our top priority. Our dedicated team is here to notarize all your legal documents, providing a seamless and efficient service for you and your entire direct family. Whether it's documents for you, your spouse, siblings, parents, or children, we've got you covered.



  • You will have all legal documents needed for an estate plan which meets the needs of about 75% of Americans.
  • We will notarize them for you. Remote Online Notary (RON) is recognized by almost all states.
  • You upload the notarized documents in your unlimited vaults while keeping the physical copies at home.
  • Assign each vault to recipients as you wish with a delivery date or if you weren't around (or manual). 
  • We will deliver the contents of your vaults as you designate. 


Do wills expire?

At IronClad Family, we understand the importance of preserving your legacy, which is why we believe wills should be treated as a timeless commitment. Wills don't have a strict expiration date. However, it's crucial to keep your will up to date to ensure it accurately reflects your wishes. Major life events like marriage, divorce, or the birth of children can impact your estate plan, so it's wise to review and, if necessary, revise your will periodically. Laws regarding wills may also change over time, which could affect how your assets are distributed. While a won't "expire" in the traditional sense, it's essential to treat it as a living document that evolves with your life circumstances to ensure your legacy is protected according to your current desires.

Can a last will and testament be handwritten?

Like at IronClad Family, a handwritten will, also known as a "holographic will," can be valid, but it's important to meet legal requirements. This includes writing the entire document in your own handwriting, signing it, and dating it. While some jurisdictions recognize holographic wills, others have strict rules or may not accept them. To avoid complications and ensure a legally binding will, it's advisable to consult an attorney to properly draft and execute it, ensuring it aligns with your intentions and meets all legal requirements.

Can a will be revoked after death?

Once a person passes away, their will cannot be revoked or altered. It is essential to ensure that your will accurately reflects your wishes before your passing to avoid confusion among beneficiaries and uphold your intended legacy.

If a will is not registered, is it valid?

Registering a will is not necessary for it to be legally valid. Compliance with the legal requirements of the jurisdiction it was created in, such as the testator's signature, witnesses, and formalities, is what matters. While registering a will provides additional documentation and security, failure to do so does not invalidate it if it meets all necessary legal criteria. Consult with legal professionals to ensure your will aligns with local laws and serves your intentions effectively.

Are last wills and testaments public record?

Once a will goes through the probate process, it becomes a public document that can be accessed by interested parties. This transparency is necessary for asset distribution and dispute resolution. However, personal information like financial account numbers and Social Security numbers are typically redacted to protect privacy. Consult legal professionals to understand how the probate process works in your jurisdiction when creating your will.

Should you keep old wills/What should you do with an old will?

Keep old wills, even if updated or replaced, for valuable insight into your evolving wishes and estate planning progression. Store securely alongside current will, inform trusted ones where to find them, and update your attorney for a comprehensive record of your estate planning journey.

Does a new will override an old will? or does a new will cancel an old will

A new will typically overrides an old will. When you create a new will, it's considered an explicit revocation of any prior wills, assuming the new will is valid and properly executed. This legal principle ensures that your most recent wishes, as outlined in the new will, take precedence and are legally binding. However, to avoid any confusion or disputes, it's advisable to explicitly mention in the new will that you are revoking all previous wills and codicils. This provides clarity and ensures that your intentions are upheld without any ambiguity.

Can you make changes to an existing will?

You can modify an existing will by creating a codicil or drafting a new will. A codicil is an amendment that outlines the changes while keeping the original will intact. Follow the same formalities as creating a new will, including signing it with witnesses. Alternatively, you can create a new will that explicitly revokes any previous wills and clearly states your updated wishes. Regularly reviewing and updating your will ensures it accurately reflects your intentions and addresses any life changes or new considerations.

Can a last will and testament be contested?

While a will represents the wishes of the deceased, it's not immune to legal challenges. Common grounds for contesting a will include claims of undue influence, lack of capacity, fraud, or errors in the execution of the will. Contesting a will can be a complex and emotionally charged process, and the outcome depends on the specific circumstances and the strength of the evidence presented. To minimize the risk of a will contest, it's crucial to store your will in a digital vault like IronClad family with a time stamp which proves that the content of this will was not altered past a certain date/time contributing to its legal validity and reducing likelihood of any contesting of its content.



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