Unfortunately, while many companies offer cheap, “self-help” legal software, few people realize that using a computer program to prepare their wills and other estate planning documents greatly increases the risk of fraud. When people use computer-generated forms to prepare wills, their heirs often end up paying lawyers to help resolve disputes and to interpret documents that may not reflect their true intent.
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Posted February 24, 2016 in Blog
Whether you have been appointed a trustee or personal representative, or named as a beneficiary of a loved one’s estate, the last thing you want is for something to go wrong in the process of winding up someone’s final affairs.