Colin Smith, in addition to running our law firm, is a regular contributor over at Good Life Family—the go-to source for parents of kids tweens to twenties.
He recently submitted an article talking about Holographic Wills. Holographic Wills aren't 'holographs' like you might be thinking (they're not something out of a science fiction movie). A holographic will is simply handwritten and signed by the testator, as opposed to one prepared by an attorney. While they are recognized in the state of Texas, Colin says [he] "has never had a client bring in estate planning documents drafted by a non-lawyer that were done correctly or thoroughly enough."
To read the full article and learn everything you need to know about Holographic Wills, visit Colin's article at Good Life Family.
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