1. Plan for the unexpected. Just in case.

    Create a legally binding plan for the event something happens to you, and share it with your loved ones.

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  2. Passwords

    Transfer passwords to your loved ones if something happens to you.

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  3. Automations

    Get things done from the afterlife.

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A legally binding plan in 5 minutes.
No attorney needed.

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    Start a plan.

    Create a plan covering all the basics in 5 minutes or less. No need to be an expert, Posterity will walk you through everything in plain english.

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    Make it official.

    Print and sign the the legal will generated for you to make your plan legally binding. You'll get a new one every time you make a change.

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    Loop everyone in.

    Invite your family and friends to share the roles and arrangements you'd want them to see if something happens to you.

Free 15-day trial, then $29.99/year.

  • Support for a growing list of topics
  • Unlimited sharing with family & friends
  • Unlimited automations
  • Legal documents for all 50 states
  • Manual verification of death certificate
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Designed for you,
Made for your loved ones.

Ensure every detail is covered.

We know there's a lot to think about, so we designed Posterity to walk you through everything you need to consider, one question at a time.


Keep your loved ones in the loop.

Share your plan with your family and anyone who plays a part in it. Posterity will keep everyone involved, organized, and up-to-date with the changes you make.


Choose who can see what, when.

You don't have to reveal everything at once. Posterity lets you decide who sees what, and whether they can do so now, or only if something happens to you.


Commonly Asked Questions

What is Posterity?

Posterity is a platform that helps make a plan in the event something happens to you, and share it with your friends and family.

It’s designed to help you make arrangements for a wide variety of topics and scenarios that are relevant to your life, while keeping your loved ones in the loop by providing them easy access to all the details and up-to-date documents they would need if you’re no longer here.

Our business is to provide you with peace of mind.

Learn more about our company.

How can my plan become legally binding?

Posterity will automatically generate all the documents required to make your plan legally binding in your state. This includes typical estate planning documents, such as your legal will, notary self-proving affidavit, etc.

Print them, then scan the QR code included in each document to access step-by-step instructions on how to proceed.

Example of legal document generated by Posterity
Scan the QR code on the cover sheet of a document to obtain further instructions.

This process is repeated every time you make a change to your plan; Posterity will make sure you only update the documents that need to be replaced.

How does sharing work?

We’ve designed Posterity to make it easy for you to share information with the people you care about, all while giving you complete control over what information is revealed to whom, and when.

For example, you can share your plan with the person you chose to be your legal representative. In that case, they’d receive an invitation to create their own account, and be allowed to see everything you gave them permission to see.

You can also schedule something to only be revealed to its recipient if you pass away. For example, you may prefer to keep a gift private from its recipient for the time being. In this scenario, that information will remain secret until one of your family members submits a valid death certificate to Posterity.

How would my family access my plan if something happens to me?

Your loved ones would be able to access your plan from their own accounts, which are created when you first share an arrangement with them. Naturally, your privacy settings would remain in effect, with each person only allowed to access what you explicitly chose to share with them.

Your account and all the information it contains would be preserved and remain accessible for 24 months.

Will Posterity be around in 30 years?

At Posterity, we hope for the best but plan for the worst. This is in many ways why we decided to charge a small yearly subscription as opposed to a large one-time fee; so that you’re only committing one year at a time.

Should we go out of business, your subscription will stop and your legal documents will remain valid.

How much does Posterity cost?

Posterity is available for $29.99 per year, billed annually.

Can I try Posterity before I subscribe?

Yes, we offer a free 15 day trial period.

You can start your free trial now.

Can I cancel my subscription?

Absolutely. You can cancel your subscription at anytime, directly from your account, and with no cancellation fees.

Do I need an attorney?

No, Posterity will provide you with everything you need to create your own plan without an estate planning attorney.

There are however situations and custom arrangements for which the expertise of an attorney can be helpful. Posterity will automatically direct you to consult with one in those instances.

Are you a law firm?

No, we are not a law firm, and we cannot provide you with legal advice. We’re a technology company that helps you create a plan on your own using legal information, software, and services that use the data you enter as input.

Consequently, no attorney-client relationship is formed between us. The information you provide us with is protected by our privacy policy, but it’s not covered by attorney-client privilege.