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Yes, it is possible to write your own will. You may first want to review our research guide on later-life resources 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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