How legal are the "fill in the blank" wills & at office supply stores?

I want to be able to leave joint assets to the people who need control of them, and I want certain things done if I’m ever unable to care for myself.

Can I just fill out one of those, or do I need to see a lawyer?

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One Response to “How legal are the "fill in the blank" wills & at office supply stores?”

  1. allfoamnobeer Says:

    Provided you follow all the required procedures that a will drawn up by an attorney would provide, then your fill in the blanks will is fine (like 2 witnesses, notarization, etc.) However, I don’t recommend them. Attorneys who draw up wills as a regular part of their practice, know all the right questions to ask and may think of things you’ve not thought of. You should also have an attorney draw up your living will or health care directive. Some states are very particular about what they need to contain.

    Good Luck.