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Do You Need A Will?


A last will and testament is a written expression or declaration of a person’s mind or wishes as to the disposition of his or her property, to be performed or take effect after death. It must be in writing, witnessed by two disinterested persons, and should be notarized, although the law does not require notarization. A will that is notarized, however, will eliminate the need for the witnesses to give an affidavit when the will is admitted to Probate after the death of the will-maker (called the Testator).

IS A WILL . . .

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