Does a last will and testament need to be notarized or filed in court?In most cases, living wills must be notarized or have a witness. Different states have different requirements for living wills. Check your state regulations or consult with an estate planning attorney for more information.
Can a Last Will and Testament Be Changed or Contested?You can amend your last will & testament at any time as long as you’re not mentally incapacitated. When it comes to contesting a will, only what the court determines to be “interested persons” can contest it. Beneficiaries, heirs (family members), and creditors can contest a will when necessary. For example, if they suspect fraud or the incapacity of the person who wrote the will. Contesting a will can be a challenging and complex ordeal so it’s important to seek legal advice if you plan to do so. Read More About Estate Planning
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