Georgia Parents Giveaway: Basic will or revision to existing will provided by Attorney Safiya Byars

***CONTEST CLOSED***Winner has been notified

You’ve been putting it off estate planning and writing a will because you’re

  • too busy
  • too tired
  • don’t feel like thinking about death

So let’s get rid of the excuses because Attorney Safiya Byars in Decatur, GA agreed to provide a free basic will or will revision for an individual/family with up to $500,000 assets. This estate planning giveaway is valued at more than $300!

To enter this basic will or revision to an existing will giveaway:


Answer in comments: “Why do you believe writing a will is important for your family?” 1 entry
Like Mommy Talk Show and Attorney Safiya Byars on Facebook 2 entries
Follow @MommyTalkShow on Twitter 3 entries
Retweet this giveaway 4 entries


Maximum entries per person = 10. Use the comments to tell me how you are entering the giveaway. April 6, 2011 is the deadline to enter. The winner will be chosen randomly and announced on April 7, 2011.

Watch this video provided by “How to Draft a Will and Define Guardianship for Children” by Dad Labs:

If you are ineligible for this giveaway because you don’t live in Georgia or you missed the entry deadline, use this link to to write your own legally-binding will to protect your family:

About Joyce Brewer

Creator & Host of Mommy Talk Show. Emmy award-winning TV journalist.Wife & Mommy; Mom Blogger; Social Media Coach; Long Island, New York transplant living in Atlanta, GA. Follow Joyce on Twitter @MommyTalkShow Author of Use What You Know: A Business Idea Guide for Moms featuring interviews with mompreneurs who created businesses using their skills & backgrounds.

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  1. its something we dont want to think about, but it seems like a smart thing to do since we have kids and a house!!

  2. i follow you on twitter @whitetrashtrish entry 1

  3. twitter entry 2

  4. twitter entry 3

  5. Having a will in place will give me peace of mind as far as my little son is concerned – knowing he is being taken care of by the right people I trust and all that good stuff is VERY important to me.

    jdmimi at gmail dot com

  6. Thanks Marilyn. You have one entry!

  7. Like it or not, leaving a will is not about your mortality, but rather securing the financial welfare of those who remain behind after you are gone. For this reason I am all about creating a will for my family (although I haven’t done so yet).

  8. Thanks E. Payne. You have one entry.
    Thanks Trisha. You have four entries.

  9. E. Payne. You have four entries since you also follow Mommy Talk Show on Twitter. Retweet this giveaway for four MORE entries.

  10. Congratulations to Cathy who took advantage of all the ways to enter (10 entries) and won the giveaway.