Legal Help

Now it's time to put all your research about estate plans to work and get your will and living will created. We have heard from many of you that figuring out where to start is not always easy, so we put together three choices to help you take that next step and get these documents completed.


Legal Help

GYST List of Attorneys

This is where it gets real, and sometimes you just need to lawyer up.

Hiring a professional to lead you through a complicated legal process can be priceless. Of course, you'll want an estate attorney with solid experience. We can help.

Find out more about our attorney selection criteria and Avvo rating system.

Interested in being listed in our directory?If you are an estate attorney that meets our selection criteria, contact us to be listed at ask@gyst.com


Consider DIY

Are you the DIY type?

Sometimes the easiest way, is to just do it yourself. If you need a basic legal will and are comfortable walking through a step by step online software tool to get it done, these two services might be a good way for you to complete your will.

Have Questions?If you have more questions about your estate plans, read GYST's Guide to wills and living wills.


Free State Documents

We have rounded up free state form are easy to download and complete.

Just like helmets and speed limits, legal stuff varies from state to state. It is time consuming looking through government web sites for these forms, so we did it for you. GYST has free forms for all fifty states that are downloadable including: living wills, power of attorney and in some cases organ donor forms.

Have a question about the forms for your state?


GYST Matchmaker

Legal Help: GYST’s Free Attorney Matchmaker

Let us help match you with the right attorney

Life is busy. Work, family, and commitments, we get it it, so let GYST make it easier. Fill in a few details and we will match you with a short list of recommended attorneys.

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GYST has compiled a directory of Estate Planning Attorneys, that meet the following criteria:

1. Recognized by the The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (formerly known as The American College of Probate Counsel) a nonprofit association of lawyers. Members have over ten years of experience in the active preparation of wills, trusts, estate planning and probate procedure.

2. Attorneys received a ranking of 8 or higher from Avvo, a for-profit leading consumer resource that uses an unbiased mathematical formula to rank licensed attorneys on a scale of 1 (Extreme Caution) to 10 (Superb) for estate planning in their respective markets. In some cases, our team was unable to find attorneys who satisfied criteria # 1 AND had a rating of 8.0 or higher. In these cases, we listed those attorneys whose rating was highest among their ACTEC Fellow peer set.