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This may help. http://www.free-legal-document.com/how-to-write-a-will.html
bbattag (rep: 7k) posted May 10, 2012
Yes, i've done that and consulted with a lawyer who says its ok with a simple will. You may want to consult with a lawyer if its complicated.
chuckydealpl (rep: 59.7k) posted May 11, 2012
If you daughter is a minor you might want to go through a lawyer because of money and custody issues.
skaro964 (rep: 24.6k) posted May 11, 2012
It depends on what state you live in. For example in New York, it is safer to have an attorney do it because if you mess up, the courts will not honor it and throw it out. I actually did one on my own, but will be taking it to an attorney in the next week or two. Certain states have restrictive rules. Check with your state.
lilywow (rep: 8.7k) posted May 11, 2012
Good ideas, thanks! I agree, I better check MN laws--I want to make sure my daughter doesn't end up with my mother, she would hurt her out of spite! So far I'm just going to set it up as everything going to my husband (we are not legally married, long story short I don't like the institution of marriage as it stands) and our daughter, then my sister and her son. Maybe one day I'll set up a trust fund and need a lawyer to sort that out! :)
dealwagger (rep: 10.3k) posted May 11, 2012
I have recently found out that wills and trusts is one of the more complacted areas of law so please go to a speciailest.
skaro964 (rep: 24.6k) posted May 22, 2012
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