Whether or not you need a lawyer to help you draft a will depends on the nature and complexity of your assets.
When preparing a will, it is important for you to meet basic procedural requirements, such as making witnesses sign the necessary documents. With some careful reading and research, it is possible to draft a will on your own if the estate is not complicated.
However, if your estate is complex and involves significant assets, it would be best to have an estate planning attorney on your side to ensure that your wishes are executed in respect to the disposition of your property.
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