Drafting Wills

The will, or the "last will and testament" as it has been called for centuries, is the standard legal document by which someone leaves their belongings to others after they pass away.  Traditionally, lawyers have been the only people trusted to draft wills.  Occasionally, someone would write their own will, scribbled down on some paper in their last days.  These wills are called "holographic wills," and there are several tough rules that must be met for these to be valid.

Recently, companies such as LegalZoom and Rocket Lawyer have begun offering wills through their websites.  These companies create one will template and basically enter their customer's name and contact information.  They do this for tens of thousands of customers.  At Barber Power Law Group, we have clients who trust us to plan their affairs.  We craft each unique will by hand and spend the extra time to make sure our clients' needs are met.  Our attorneys are highly skilled in estate planning and will drafting through education and experience and by staying on top of changes in estate planning law.  When it comes to your estate planning, have lawyers draft your legal documents.  Our pricing is competitive, and we would love to meet with you for a free consultation.  After reviewing all of your information, we will give you a quote, and then the decision to hire us is up to you.

“Well, he can make somebody’s will so airtight can’t anybody meddle with it.”
-To Kill A Mockingbird

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