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best websites for creating legal documents?

Queeny6411 20 January 8, 2016 at 06:45 PM
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Any recommendations/tips on creating legal documents?
Such as deeds, power of attorney, wills, things of that nature.
Any info/resources would be greatly appreciated. Hoping for free resources, but can spend a little if necessary. Thank you in advance!

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Any recommendations/tips on creating legal documents?
Such as deeds, power of attorney, wills, things of that nature.
Any info/resources would be greatly appreciated. Hoping for free resources, but can spend a little if necessary. Thank you in advance!
Your question is extremely BROAD. If you ask for something more specific you probably will get some good advice.
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Go to your public library. Many of them will have the Quicken/NOLO books with software for borrowing.
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I used Legacywriter.com for a will (very basic) and 199trust.com for a trust.
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I used Legacywriter.com for a will (very basic) and 199trust.com for a trust.
I'm very leary about putting up all the personal information online.
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I'm very leary about putting up all the personal information online.
I can understand that.
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I'm very leary about putting up all the personal information online.
Fill it out with garbage information, then grab the ending document and locally change it to the real information.
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I used Legacywriter.com for a will (very basic) and 199trust.com for a trust.
NFA gun trust?
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