Lawyer up, or download?
June 28, 2011 11:07 AM Subscribe
Our local credit union offers an estate planning program for a good price ($350 for a couple) which includes will, durable POA, healthcare POA, living will and HIPPA authorization. I want to do this. We have 2 children. My husband thinks we can save $ by downloading forms off the internet and getting them notarized. But I believe getting the package done at the credit union (prepared by a lawyer) is a better idea. Isn't it?
posted by kirst27 to Work & Money (15 answers total)
If so, why?