Inc. has joined with Sam’s Club in a strategic sales agreement that will broaden how the Glendale company sells its do-it-yourself legal documents and services.

Under the agreement, LegalZoom, which sells legal documents online, will offer Sam’s Club members a package that includes a will, living trust and power of attorney for $299.

The offer includes a year of unlimited revisions and independent attorney consultations, as well as discounts on other LegalZoom documents, such as incorporations, LLCs, trademark applications and other forms targeted at businesses.

“Teaming up with Sam’s Club is a chance for LegalZoom to help more people get peace of mind, protecting what matters most to them at an affordable price,” said Legal Zoom Chief Executive John Suh, in a statement.

The two companies plan to develop other discounts in the future, and have set up a phone line and website to sign up Sam Club members. Financial details of the arrangement were not disclosed.

Sam’s Club is a chain of warehouse stores owned by Wal-Mart Stores Inc. It has three classes of membership, including one specifically for businesses.

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