get your free will by clicking the website bellow!!!The will has been around in substantially the same form for about 500 years. For the first 450 years, self-help was the rule and lawyer assistance the exception. They were prepared by laypersons and were perfectly effective. What has changed? Virtually nothing-- other than good campaigning by attorneys. Over the past 50 years they have done a great job of convincing the public that it is dangerous to draft a will without their "expertise" like performing your own brain surgery (they charge about the same) -- (And I have first hand knowledge of this-- Click here for a bit about me). The reality is that the basic laws (statute of wills) that govern wills has undergone little change. And lawyers simply are not necessary-- unless.... Do you have a relatively large estate? Do you want to engage in some sophisticated tax planning? If this is the case, it may be wise to consult with someone who has knowledge and experience in wills and estate planning. Otherwise, save your money! Remember, the hardest part is figuring out what you own and who you want it to go to. Provide us with that information and we do the rest and insure that your will conforms to the minor variations from state to state to insure that you not the state determines who gets your property.