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We don't have a "fussy" or troublesome will, our daughters will be our executors and I hope for zero drama.
Just have to drag the hubby into the lawyer's office in a couple of weeks to finalize stuff. I will feel MUCH better, having done this.
And if you have questions after the fact, you can call up the Attorney, which you couldn't have done with a faceless website.
Always choose an Elder Law Attorney as they are much more up-to-date on State laws regarding Wills, and everything associated with Elder Law forms.
Last thing you need is a legal fight over the validity of the document