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A Legal Will (last will and testament) helps to Protect yourself and your Family by helping to ensure that the right people are provided for when you pass on.
A Will is not a Power of Attorney. Wills comes into effect once a person has passed. A Power of Attorney is in effect while a person is a alive.
You have 2 main options:
1) Have a lawyer draft a Last Will and Testament for you.
2) Take your chances and attempt to draft your own Last Will and Testament and follow all of the formalities.
If the latter, there are a number of websites and services out there where you can draft you're own documentation, however you're taking your chances regarding the form, content and validity of the Last Will and Testament. If you decide to do-it-yourself, take heed of the warnings on such websites that state they do not substitute for the assistance of a lawyer, etc.
If you choose not to take your chances by "doing-it-yourself", but would rather have our Mobile Law Office division prepare your Last Will and Testament, Click below, fill out the form on the upper right side of this page or ph. 204-808-0418:
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