My company worked with a company called Legal Shield, they’re basically a legal service you can pay a monthly fee to and they provided a “will kit” which I think also included a healthcare POA and … a regular POA? A third thing, and it was easy to knock out all three together. It was basically a workbook. Then I mailed that off to their office in [major city across the state] and later on I received it back in the mail all official like and got it signed, notarized, and witnessed. I was also able to call them with a question relating to having a special needs kid, the rep who answered the call knew it was above their pay grade so an actual lawyer called me back later that same day and was able to give me a wonderfully thorough answer (that basically we didn’t need the extra thing I was wondering about due to our circumstances, so we were able to keep it simple). They were also able to build in some non-specifics when it was helpful - we had one child at the time but were considering trying for more but it’s not like we had names picked out or a birthday to provide, so the language was written to cover all our potential offspring.
I think they function like gym memberships where they hope people subscribe and just keep paying without actually using the service, but overall I liked my experience with them. If we had had a majorly complicated situation then maybe we would have gone with a lawyer directly (or maybe we would have just continued to put it off for years and years) but they were good for short and sweet deals, which it sounds like your situation is. I’m sure they can address if your state requires notarization and how that would even work now too.
A hard copy is in our house and it has been emailed to the executor (my dad) so it exists in digital form too.