A simple will can be a good estate planning tool for many people, but it is not the right tool for everyone. We have created this legal self-assessment so you can assess your circumstances and determine whether a simple will from this website is an appropriate choice for you.
Before you go any further, read this list of questions. You should only continue using these instructions if your answer to all of the questions is "no."
There may also be other serious consequences for you, the person whose will you are trying to make, their heirs, and your heirs when you write a will without a license to practice law. The will could be invalidated, in whole or in part, due to your participation in drafting it. You could even be financially liable to the testator's heirs for any mistakes you make. Writing a will for somebody else if you do not have a license to practice law is a bad idea.