Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About WillsbyWaybridge.com

1.  Why do I need to register?

To help safeguard all confidential client information, you must register and log in to enter the WillsbyWaybridge secure client portal. You can register and answer questions in the Questionnaire without making payment. Payment is not required until you complete and submit the Questionnaire.

2.  How do I register?

Simply click the GET STARTED button on any page of the WillsbyWaybridge website. You will be directed to the Products page of the website. On the Products page, select the Document Package or Individual Document(s) you wish to purchase. You will then be directed to the Registration Page where you will create a user name and password to access the applicable online Questionnaire.

3.  If I exit without completing my Questionnaire, how do I return to the Questionnaire to complete it?

As a registered user, you can safely save your answers to our secure server while you are working on the Questionnaire. If you do not have all the information necessary to complete the Questionnaire in one session, you may use the SAVE ANSWERS button to save your responses and return later. Come back to the Questionnaire as many times as needed to complete all the questions and/or edit your existing answers. You can return to the Questionnaire in one of two ways: 1) from the “Interview Link” email you received upon registration, click on the link to your Questionnaire to return to your selected Document Package or Individual Document; or 2) on the website, go to the PRODUCTS page and then click on the link to your selected Document Package or Individual Document.

4.  What if I forgot my password?

Click the “I forgot my password” link on the REGISTRATION/SIGN IN page. You will receive a link to create a new password via an email sent to your registered email address.

5.  How do I change my password?

When logged in to your secure client portal, click on the drop down arrow next to your email address in the top right hand corner and select CHANGE PASSWORD. You will be prompted to enter your old password and then a new password.

6.  What do I do if I register but I don’t get a confirmation email?

First, check your junk mail box. If you are still unable to locate the confirmation email, please contact us at info@willsbywaybridge.com.

7.  I’m not a resident of Minnesota. Can I still get my documents through WillsbyWaybridge?

WillsbyWaybridge LLC currently serves only residents of Minnesota. We are in the process of expanding our services to residents of Wisconsin, as well as other states. If you are a resident of a state other than those we currently serve and wish to use the WillsbyWaybridge online service, please contact us at info@willsbywaybridge.com and we will let you know when our service will be available in your state.

8.  How do I complete my estate plan online?

Completing your estate plan online is a simple process. Please refer to the PRODUCTS page and Question No. 2 above regarding Registration for the detailed steps to get started.

9.  Which Web browser do I need?

The minimum browser requirements are Internet Explorer version 8.0 and above, Firefox, Chrome, or Safari. You can complete the online Questionnaire on a Windows or an Apple computer, and on mobile platforms such as tablets and iPads.

10.  I don’t understand what a question means or is referring to.

Most questions are accompanied by explanatory notes designed to provide you with the information needed to answer the question. A small lightbulb (lighbulb2) icon by a question indicates that there is an explanatory resource to help you answer the question. Click on the lighbulb2 to see the resource box; click on the X in the upper right hand corner of the resource box to close the box.

11.  Some questions in the Questionnaire are in red. What does this mean?

Questions in red lettering require an answer in order to move to the next set of questions. Once answered, required questions change to black lettering. To ensure the accuracy of your document, all required questions must be answered before the Questionnaire can be submitted for processing.

12.  What happens after I submit my Questionnaire?

When you submit your Questionnaire and payment, you will receive an email advising you that your Questionnaire has been received by the WillsbyWaybridge team, and a second email acknowledging your payment. You can then simply relax while we get to work. We will prepare your selected documents according to the information you provide in your Questionnaire and mail them to you within 10-15 business days, along with signing and storage instructions. It will then be your responsibility to follow the signing instructions to ensure that your documents are validly signed according to the laws of your state and that your original documents are kept safe and secure.

13.  What do I do with my documents after I sign them?

After you have signed your documents according to the signing instructions, you must keep your original documents in a safe place in your home or elsewhere, such as a safe deposit box. If you prefer, you may also scan a copy of the signed documents to info@willsbywaybridge.com, and we will store the scanned copy on our secure server.

14.  Is your Website secure?

Yes. We utilize the same level of protection and security that is used by banks, through the use of state-of-the-art third-party document and payment systems.

15.  What is your Contact Information?

Our contact information is as follows:

WillsbyWaybridge LLC
601 Carlson Parkway, Suite 1100
Minnetonka, Minnesota 55305
(866) 305-0616 (phone)
(612) 305-1414 (fax)
Email: info@willsbywaybridge.com or

16.  Do you meet with clients in your offices? Can I make an appointment to meet with you?

The WillsbyWaybridge online legal service is a virtual legal service. It is designed to operate exclusively in a virtual environment to keep the cost low for our online clients. Minnesota residents who need legal services other than those offered through WillsbyWaybridge may contact Mary Alice Fleming, Esq. at DeWitt LLP. If you are a resident of a state other than Minnesota, you should contact a qualified attorney in your area.