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*Terms, conditions, pricing, special features, and service and support options subject to change without notice.

Availability: Closure products require a computer with a supported Internet browser and an Internet connection (a high-speed connection is recommended).

Guaranteed Services: You may use Closure Checklist, Closure LegacyLock and Closure EstateCenter software without charge up to the point you decide to print or electronically file a death or claim. Printing or electronically filing your return reflects your satisfaction with Closure, at which time you will be required to pay or register for the product.

24/7 Support does not imply that Closure will reply to all inquiries instantly. Discounts and special service pricing options available will begin starting from the date of sign-up. Offers not applicapable with a free trial. If you sign up for one of our services that requires monthly payments, your account on file will be automatically billed monthly at the then current rate for the service you selected, until canceled.

#1 Death Filing Software: Ranking based on all available software solutions that allow individuals to electronically file a death with multiple federal, state, and independent agencies.

Average savings are based on independent research conducted into the cost of death fraud and the financial impact of death fraud. Death fraud refers to assets and information belonging to a deceased individual that are lost, unclaimed, or stolen after death. Losses incurred by an estate are not always transferable to next-of-kin, estate executives, surviving heirs, or any person or entity other than the estate.