**You need a will and don't have one. So what's the problem?
Not Enough Time: My clients are busy, hard-working people who tend to be involved parents and community members. It takes time to figure out how to get your will done. Researching lawyers? Considering book and software options? Browsing online? All of these activities just lead to more questions. Before long, you've sunk a few hours into the process and yielded no results.
Not Sure Where to Start and How To Proceed: My clients also tend to be careful with their money and are attracted to the idea of making their own wills with inexpensive software, online services, or books. So, people purchase software (or a book, etc.) start the process, and then stop. Why? Discomfort with the idea of using software from an office supply store to protect their kids? Feel insecure about a fill-in-the-blank will? Wonder if it is all legit? This discomfort leads to procrastination and the will is never completed.
Sheer Confusion: Law is a confusing subject. There are multiple terms that mean the same thing and there are terms with multiple meanings. People write articles that are garbage and post as experts. Cross a state border and everything changes.
**I can help you get this done.