Without knowing what state you're residing in and other information, its too difficult to pass on specific advice. You do need to contact a good (highly recommended) family attorney. They generally start by giving you a questionnaire to fill out so they can figure out how best to serve your needs. Generally you get to determine what how your assets are split. DH & I had our Wills, Power of Attorneys, & Medical POA's done for $300. I recommend you do some reading before you decide how you want to make your decisions. I highly recommend a book called "Inheritance Hijackers" by Robert C. Adamski who talks about the things to consider when you make a will and how to secure the outcome. While the book is about people who try to steal inheritances (family & strangers) it has some very strong advice about what to look for in an attorney and the right questions to ask when making a will and considering the future. It would be helpful in your situation because there are so many other family members to consider when making a will. Its a book worth owning.
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