Q: I am getting on in years and want to leave my home to a relative when I pass. I know I can do this in my will, but I think it might be easier to add him to the deed. I looked online, and there are so many options. What type of document should I use? — Andrea
A: Having a proper estate plan for when you pass is one of the greatest favors a person can do for the loved ones you leave behind. People who are grieving should be spared the intricacies of legal matters.
Legal documents, such as will and deeds, seem deceptively simple, especially on the internet where countless sites want to sell you do-it-yourself forms. As a practicing attorney,