How to draft a will without a lawyer

You can write a perfectly legal will on your own, without a lawyer, in every state. But should you?

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Lorelei Laird

by Lorelei Laird

Lorelei Laird is a Los Angeles-based writer specializing in the law. Her stories have been published by the ABA Journ...

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Updated on: April 25, 2024 · 4 min read


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