There are many do-it-yourself projects that you may be able to take on successfully. Depending on your interests and your abilities, going the DIY route can actually be enjoyable as you spend time constructively. And of course, doing things for yourself can sometimes save you money.
Of course, there are some things that are better left up to the experts. Estate planning would fall into this category.
There are no shortage of websites on the Internet offering do-it-yourself legal documents. They claim that it is simple to execute your own last will.
Buying into these marketing ploys is risky at best. We have examined the subject in detail, and we have published our findings in an informative free report.
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There are many different reasons why it is not a good idea to go it alone when it comes to executing a last will. One of them is the fact that your estate must be probated when you use a will to direct the future transfer of your assets.
Each jurisdiction is different, and the expectations of the probate courts here in northern California are not going to be identical to the expectations of the courts in Tennessee, Maine, or Hawaii.
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