As with the question on a will without an attorney, I'm wondering how well it would work to draw up a "Revocable Living Trust Agreement" without a lawyer. If it varies hugely by state, my specific interests are Colorado and Arizona. The goals of the trust would include preserving the "stretch" of the included IRAs in the trust.
Has anyone made one of these with Nolo (or any other widely-used source)? Any experiences out there with them after the trustor dies?
Are there any lawyers that specialize in helping people customize Nolo's documents, or in giving advice to trustees in using them after the trustor dies?