Why You Should Not Use Legal Zoom Or DYI Programs

Estate planning is not one size fits all, if you use these programs you may not end up with the results you desire since your individual family circumstances may differ from the ones laid out in the form document.   A one size Will or Trust definitely does NOT fit all.

That’s where we come in. Our office can help you see the blind spots in your plan and,  unlike the DYI forms, we can help you formulate a custom, effective transition plan to ensure your desired wishes are carried out in the future.

You need to build flexibility into your estate plan and review your plan at least every five years,  sooner as future circumstances and family and financial situations evolve over time.

We also recognize that all of the pre-planning in the world won’t do you any good if you are unable to legally sign your documents in the presence of the required witnesses and notary (digital execution of estate planning documents won’t become legal in Florida until at least this summer).

We are still offering live signings appointments at our office taking extra safety precautions to keep our clients and staff safe.  You will need to wear gloves and a mask for your appointment.  Also to make sure you do not have a temperature or any flu or pneumonia symptoms the day of your signing.


Carol A. Lawson, Esq., 28870 U.S. Hwy 19 #300, Hodusa Towers, Clearwater, FL 33761

Phone: (727) 410-2705;   email: calh@gate.net

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