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Even a "simple" will should be prepared by an attorney and drafted to meet your specific needs. Templates are great for a lot of things— not an estate plan. 

Individuals and families without large estates or many assets should still have a will in place. A final will can direct who a child's guardian should be and determine the use of insurance proceeds. A final will addresses many issues not related to assets or the size of one's estate. 

Without a final will, the division of your estate will be decided by law and the courts. A final will not only gives your family clear direction, it will likely save them money and stress by avoiding certain legal proceedings.