This question is an easy one. Every state has different laws that apply to Wills, Powers of Attorney, and Living Wills. If you do not have an attorney to advise you on the document language or legal implications, you are destined to make mistakes or fill out the information that does not comply with your home state’s laws. Since these documents are inexpensive, the risk of a mistake is not worth saving a few hundred dollars.
Furthermore, you may not know that you can disinherit someone, that you can make specific devices, or that your significant other is entitled to specific things. Maybe it is more financially feasible to establish a trust or to take steps prior to death to achieve your goals and the best financial result for you and your family.
Don’t cheat yourself or your family to save a couple hundred dollars.
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