What's New in WillMaker 2019

What's New in WillMaker 2019

Each year (and throughout the year), Nolo's expert attorneys thoroughly review and update WillMaker, making legal updates and adding new features so that WillMaker continues to stay current and get better over time. Here are the highlights of the changes made for the 2019 version.

The biggest change to the program this year is the addition of Nolo’s popular and time-tested living trust. The trust now lives inside of the software, so no need to use a code or go online to make your trust.

The 2021 version is now available for purchase.

Document Updates

  • NEW Revocable Living Trust -- now in the software
  • Will
    • Revised the Letter to Executor
    • Vermont – added self-proving affidavit
    • Wyoming – updated termination date for UTMA
  • Durable Power of Attorney (DPAF)
    • Revised Letter to Agents
    • Kentucky DPAF – revised witnessing requirements
    • New Hampshire – updated warning and agent’s acknowledgment
  • Health Care Directive (HCD)
    • Revised Letter to Agents
    • Vermont HCD – revised witnessing requirements
  • Notary updates
    • Arizona
    • Washington
    • Colorado
  • Executor’s Checklist – updated estate tax numbers

New and More Information

We added or updated information in the legal manual about:

  • Using the UTMA in South Carolina
  • Restrictions on who can serve as executor in Pennsylvania
  • The upsides to probate
  • Witness requirements for a durable power of attorney for finances in Georgia, Kentucky, and Washington
  • New requirements for revoking a power of attorney in Georgia
  • Witness requirements for a health care directive in Maryland
  • Costs for making final arrangements
  • Using a self-proving affidavit in Vermont
  • States with transfer on death deeds for real estate
  • Estate taxes

Plus—as always—we’ve fully reviewed and updated the many resources that WillMaker provides along the way.

With Quicken WillMaker 2019, in addition to all of the great forms, you’ll also get three useful ebooks:

  • Nolo's Encyclopedia of Everyday Law: Answers to Your Most Frequently Asked Legal Questions – answers to the most frequently asked legal questions.
  • The Legal Answer Book for Families --from the rights of kids, to inheritance rules, this book provides information about everything you need to deal with everyday legal issues
  • Quicken WillMaker: The Legal Manual– a full book filled with detailed legal information designed to help you make documents with WillMaker.

We provide legal and technical updates to Quicken WillMaker throughout the version year – so through the end of 2019. As long as your computer is connected to the Internet, your program will update automatically whenever a new update is available.