You are viewing

Trusting your estate planning to an online resource is not recommended. A will or trust must be prepared within the legal technicalities prescribed by the law - these technicalities are for the protection of you and your heirs. The drafting of a will or a trust requires the professional learning and experience obtained only by study and practice. The point - only a practicing lawyer can perform this service properly.

Some attorneys charge on the basis of time spent in preparation of a will or a trust while others have a flat fee. A few hours of an attorney’s time now will save your beneficiaries the costs of litigation over a poorly drawn will or trust and avoid the additional expense of a guardianship of your minor children.