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New Will

September 19th, 2010 at 01:04 pm

Since my experience in the hospital one of the things I wanted to do prior to having any more surgeries is get my will updated. I'm not sure if my neices were even born when I wrote the last one. I went to LegalZoom and got it done today. I was really impressed with their website. It was so easy to use. I completed it in less than a half hour and it cost less than half what I paid years ago. It cost $69 + 2.95 for the shipping. Before checking out I did a search on Legal Zoom promo code and found one to take another $5 off using code LZSAVE. So final cost $66.95 and I have a month to make updates to the will in case I see something I messed up or want changed.

I finished reading the library book Magic Bleeds by Ilona Andrews. Paranormal - very good. This author is as good as Patricia Briggs or Laurel K. Hamilton.

5 Responses to “New Will”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    Good Plan!

  2. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    That was a good idea. Do you know for sure that a will put together by this company would hold up in court as legal? Did you have to get witnesses and have it notarized?

  3. HouseHopeful Says:

    I will definitely have to check out Ilona Andrews. I think she was already on my to-read list.

    I wanted to say that I was sorry to hear about your illness and I wish you a speedy recovery. As someone who had surgery earlier this year (although not as intense), I found that books on cd really helped me through the recovery process. Just a thought from one avid reader to another Smile

  4. retire@50 Says:

    FrugalTexan75 - According to their website

    Witnesses: At least two people (three in some states) must watch you sign the will. They cannot be related to you and cannot be entitled to receive anything under the will.

    In addition, a will's appearance must be uniform. This means all important sections must be entirely typewritten, computer generated or handwritten. You do not have to get your will notarized.

    My will is pretty simple and straightforward, if it was more complicated I would have gone to a local lawyer.

  5. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    Ok, cool. I know I need to do one for myself one of these days. Mine would be very simple and straightforward. I'll have to keep this site in mind.

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