When someone passes away, it is a difficult time for a family. Spare your loved ones from fighting, and the legal battles that could follow. You should also remember to include your healthcare decisions in your planning in case you become incapacitated.
Drafting wills and trusts
Estate administration or assistance with the process
Durable powers of attorney
Health care powers of attorney
Inheritance/estate planning for unmarried partners
Contesting a will
Experience does make a difference. Choose an attorney who has the knowledge and skill to help you with all of your estate needs, including writing a will, making changes to it, or disputing it.
You shouldn't risk tearing your family apart. Leave them a clearly defined record of your wishes.