This is a very common mistake people make. In today’s electronic age, it is easy to find just about any DIY legal formyou might need. Although it is understandable that you might see an opportunity to save time and money by using one of these forms, the reality is that you are more likely to cost your loved ones a considerable amount of unnecessary time and money when it comes time to probate your estate. DIY Will forms are notorious for having mistakes, errors, and omissions that lead to protracted litigation during the probate of an estate. Your Last Will and Testament is something you want done right – the first time. To make sure that is the case, work with an experienced estate planning attorney during the creation and execution of your Will.