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Question DetailsAsked on 9/20/2011

Does your lists include lawyers who help with living wills?

I need to know if you have lists of legal helpers to help me draw up a living will?

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Answered 7 years ago by Cas

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try legalzoom, or for free legal advice try legalforums.org

Answered 6 years ago by namechangerep

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A 'living will' can be obtained from just about any hospital, veterans clinic, or even the Internet.

Living wills are simply directions on how you want to be cared for by a party that can be sued.


If you really mean living trust, just go on the Internet. The living trusts provide incredibly little asset protection anyway, so there is no great need for an attorney...probably.


If you are seeking to protect your assets, then you mean an irrevocable trust. For one of those, you can buy one online, fill it out over the next few days, then take your draft to an attorney. Most of the complicated work will have been done by you. The attorney will correct minor errors; that is why he earns his money. An irrevocable trust is far, far, far to important to do without legal counsel.

Answered 4 years ago by ProfessorWonderful




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