My first will was a rush job and I had a lawyer do it. The next one was DIY, and I checked out a slew of sites. The downloadable, editable form on tidyform.com is what I started with. It seemed to fall in line with the other sites and was easily editable, so it was the winner. Just make sure that you check out your state’s requirements for a will, particularly notarization. I can’t recall where I found it, but pretty sure it was my state’s government site.
Obligatory disclaimer, I am not a lawyer and nothing I ever think, say, or write is legal advice.
edited to add – I’m closing the address given to Fabric - one spam message a day to sell me insurance, tell me how great they are, how important I am , how good I look, blah, blah.
and … Make sure you’ve got a fallback charity or two as your beneficiary of last resort. Otherwise the gubment will get it.
another edit to correct the state dot gov error. Thanks Scripta.