A question I get rather frequently is: “Can’t I just go online and do this myself? Why should I pay you to draft my will?” If you have this thought, I encourage you to read this article.
If you personally don’t understand the law regarding wills, and how precise language can completely change your intent, then printing a form off of the internet is a bad idea. Saving money in attorney fees now can cost your loved ones much more in the future. It pays to make sure that someone who knows how to draft a will does it correctly.
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