As attorneys ouvrelses, my husband and I never considered *not* going to an attorney who specializes in estate planning. For us it was easy, because we went straight to my husband's Wills & Trusts professor, who also happens to be a good friend of his dad. He gave us a 50% discount, which worked out to $300, if I recall correctly   and I'm sure that most attorneys would readily give you a discount if you're not doing anything complicated. It's easy work for them, after all, since they do it all the time. Come to think of it, I don't think our attorney even charged us for the revision we did after Tyler was born.
 I'm not easily imrspesed but you've done it with that posting.

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