Any of your “probate” assets (assets that aren't automatically transferred on death, such as a jointly owned house or retirement account with named beneficiaries) can be designated in a Will.  However, the Tomorrow app does one better by letting people put their personal belongings and assets into their Trust for an added level of financial protection, privacy, and control.   Your Tomorrow Will names your specific pets and who you'd like to care for them, but all of your other assets will not be specifically designated in your Will.  Instead, they will be paid as a “general bequest” into your Trust.

Did this answer your question?