Deftly Drafting Estate Planning Documents
Probate and Property, July/August 2004, Volume 18, Number 4
By Joseph G. Hodges Jr. and Jason E. Havens
Joseph G. Hodges Jr. is in private practice in Denver, Colorado, and is the chair of the A-3 Public Information and Web Content Committee.
Jason E. Havens is a member of the Destin, Florida, firm of Havens & Miller PLLC and is a vice-chair of the A-3 Public Information and Web Content Committee.
Do you think of “Find & Replace” as your primary drafting system? Do you wish that you could develop your own drafting system based on your own language, provisions, and forms? Would you prefer to rely on others for the fundamental components of your drafting system? What types of drafting systems are available for estate planning (or “trust and estate”) attorneys?