It is true that you don’t necessarily need a lawyer to assist you with creating a legally binding will. You have received several answers with ways to circumvent this detail in your estate planning, however I would like to offer some insight into why you should consult a lawyer for your best interest.
- An attorney will be able to help navigate through the proper legal jargon associated with proper will writing.
- An attorney will make sure that you have considered all aspects of your estate.
- An attorney will properly file paperwork and ensure all details have been met as far as the initial requirements.
The points above help relieve any issues that may arise if your will is contested. While it may be tempting to save skip this step, there is certainly value in gaining the insight from a seasoned attorney.
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