Register all legal heirs in our tool: spouse and blood relatives. It is also possible to bequeath friends and organisations – the latter are named heirs.
"... my son Peter is a statutory heir" or "... my best friend Regula is a named heiress"
Use our tool to define who should receive which part of your estate. The statutory inheritance entitlements are automatically protected.
"... my son shall receive the minimum – he shall only receive the statutory inheritance entitlement" or "... my wife Jasmin shall receive the disposable part"
Manually transcribe your individual template. Deposit the will.
"... my wife knows exactly where to find my will if necessary" or "… I am depositing my will with my lawyer" or "... my will is deposited with the notary"
If you do not draw up a will or a contract of succession, your estate will be divided in accordance with the intestate succession. Part of the estate may go to the state. In a will, you can divide your estate however you wish. In order to prevent claims, it is recommended to arrange the division of the estate, even if the latter is of smaller size.
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Can I freely dispose of my estate in my will?
Can spouses draw up a common will?
What is a contract of succession? How does it differ from a will?
Why do certain heirs designate an executor?