People will sometimes purchase a will kit thinking that is sufficient. Often it isn’t. We have a file where the deceased named his brother as the executor but did not say anything about who the beneficiaries were to be. This created a lot of extra work for us, significantly increasing the time it took to obtain a grant of probate. With another file where the deceased created several codicils to his will which are the short amendments where the codicils were on multiple Post-it notes stuck to the will. As you can imagine this created a lot of extra work for us before the court would finally issue the grant of probate allowing the executor to begin to call in the assets and distribute the estate to the beneficiaries.