Precise Advice LLC Last Will Preparation Service Sets High Standard For Its Documents

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A Virginia-based, online legal document service now invites customers to create their Wills, with the help of real lawyers. As more Americans choose to create their Last Wills, Living Wills and Final Testaments online, Precise Advice aims to expand its reputation among consumers searching for high-quality legal document assistance.

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In the world of online legal document services, the old phrase “You Get What You Pay For,” still rings true. So Precise Advice LLC Co-founder, Celeste Moy not only prices her legal documents competitively, but also guarantees customer satisfaction with the Last Wills and Living Wills offered by Precise Advice.

“We provide a high-quality legal document service,” says Moy. “Anyone who creates a Last Will or Living Will at PreciseAdvice.com can expect to receive professionally prepared documents that are effective and visually impressive.”

While the internet provides many Will Making services for free, it is reasonable to assume that the consequences of not having a professionally prepared Will can undoubtedly lead to difficulties in the future.

Ironically, more than 150 million Americans still do not have a will of their own, despite the most obvious reasons for creating one.

For example, as the stability of the US economy remains questionable for many Americans, and as more Americans (without wills) find their financial security difficult to maintain, a decision to pass their most valuable possessions (house, jewelry, cash, copyrights, etc.) onto their heirs via a professional will, can literally dictate the future of their family’s finances and economic stability.

So the question becomes, what should a consumer look for when searching the web for a reliable Will preparation service? The only way to find out, is to examine the quality of documents prepared by different online legal document services.

“It shouldn’t matter if you’re not sure about the difference between a Last Will or Living Will, because reliable websites will provide a brief description of each document, and deliver final documents with a list of key word definitions, and signing instructions by state,” says Moy. “But remember, if you die without a Will, or if your Will is not prepared by a real lawyer, you risk having state succession laws determine who gets the money, personal and real property, that belonged to you at the time of death.”

Precise Advice offers 3 documents that Moy recommends: Last Wills, Living Wills and Final Arrangement documents. Each of them can be found in the "Personal Use Documents" section of the Precise Advice website.

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