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Yes, it is possible to write your own will. You may first want to review our research guide on elder law as it provides links to publications that help you understand wills and estate planning. There are also publications like Write Your Own Texas Will and Wills Road Map: Practical Considerations in Will Drafting available in our library or through your local public library that can guide you through the drafting of a will.

If you register for a library account with us, you will have free access from home to several estate planning e-books that guide you through the drafting of wills, trusts, and related estate planning documents.

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