Quite frankly, there is no comparison. We have evaluated many existing do-it-yourself legal will kits, including several of the most popular Canadian legal will kits. We were shocked by the poor quality, limited instructions, and low value for money that many of these will kits provide consumers.
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These are generic "one size fits all" formulaic Wills, where one checks the appropriate boxes and fills in the blanks. A funded revocable (“living”) trust can be a valuable and important part of the estate plan for many people, but it does not eliminate the need for a will.
If you have a living trust, you will still need a will to dispose of those assets that have not or cannot be placed in the trust. Although an attorney is not a requirement to write a will, without one you take a significant risk at having your will being found “invalid” by the probate court.
If you don't have a living will, you're in good company. According to a survey of 1, adults last year by the legal information site iridis-photo-restoration.com, less than one of every three Americans have a living will.
So if you're among the two-thirds of Americans who likely don't have a living will, here are some questions to consider – and some answers.
If you have accumulated some assets, and you care who will receive those assets after you die, it's time to write a will.
Anyone with minor children definitely should have a will. In it, you can name the person you want to raise your children, should something happen to you and your spouse. Like last wills and testaments, you’ll need the help of an attorney to write up the proper legal documentation of your living will.
You’ll also need to have it signed in front of a notary public, and double check that it follows Tennessee state laws – otherwise a .