Do you have to use a lawyer? No.

Should you use a lawyer? without a doubt.

You can get Wills and other documents updated at the same time.
Helpful Answer (0)
Reply to Tothill

omaanddeann1, I agree with JoAnn's posting about using an Attorney, and possible problems down the road if you use a POA off the Internet, all it takes is
one missing word or one misplaced word.

Plus an "Elder Law Attorney" can suggest other legal documents that may be needed.
Helpful Answer (0)
Reply to freqflyer

Me personally says yes. I feel its more legal binding. My Moms medical read like a living will. It will be witnessed and notarized.

Some will say there are forms on the internet but I think doing it this way could be questioned down the line.
Helpful Answer (2)
Reply to JoAnn29

Subscribe to
Our Newsletter