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I would recommend an attorney do your/friends will, which should also include a Medical Directive to Physicians and Durable Power of Attorney. Unfortunately the rules change very often and a library book may not reflect those changes. JMO
 

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there are a few computer programs available that have the form(s) applicable for your state - its usually the same program an attorney uses.

Any family law - or attorney familiar enough with Trusts and Wills (or trucks and wheels) can assist - if there are no children or a lot of property - it shouldn't cost much and shouldn't take more than a week for him/her to get back with you - usually its the assistant or paralegal that actually does the document

If you do the majority of the work at home and take them the docs - that should drastically cut the cost down
 

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You can buy a fill in the blank form at any office supply. Fill it out, have it notarized and it is legal. In Texas you can even hand write your will - as long as you use the proper wording for the witnesses it is legal.
 
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