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Should I Notarize my Will?

Should I Notarize my Will?

In general, a will must be signed in the presence of two witnesses, each of whom must also sign your will.

Whether or not a notarized will is accepted by the court depends on the rules of the state in which you live. You should cross-reference the rules of your state and comply to them, or simply consult an estate planning attorney for the best approach.

How is a Will Implemented After my Death?
Do I Need Professional Help to Prepare a Will?
What is Probate?

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