well look up in the yellowpages.com for her law ferm and zip code. they list every lawyer and you can also pick what kind of lawyer your looking for...btw i found her for you
Tamburmnnelli Patricia L Compensation
50 Court St
Brooklyn, NY 11201
THIS IS NOT LEGAL ADVICE, do not rely on this for any purpose.
California recognizes two types of wills: (1) formal attested wills and (2) holographic wills.
Formal attested wills are effective if they are signed by the testator in the presence of two witnesses who understand that the testator is executing his/her will. Also, the two witnesses must be disinterested witnesses (people who do not take under the will) or there will be a presumption of undue influence.
Holographic wills are handwritten wills. So long as the material provisions of the will is written in the testator's handwriting and the testator signs the will, a court will probate the will.
Wills generally have 4 different types of devises: (1) specific devise, (2) general devise, (3) demonstrative devise, and (4) residual devise.
As to more specific information, you need to contact an attorney.
If you are doing a very simple will, the software may be sufficient as long as you do not make material modifications to the form. Any alterations to the form may deem it legally unenforceable and your property will pass by intestate succession. I would advise that you consult with an attorney.