Notarial Will

by M-Gillies

A notarial will limit the chance of someone contesting your final wishes.

A notarial will is a kind of formal will drawn up by a notary and requires the presence of a witness, or in certain cases, two witnesses. This form of will must indicate the date and place where it was made, and must be signed by the testator, the notary and the witness(es), in each other’s presence.

The advantage of having this kind of will, is that the notary will keep the original on final for legatees when the time calls for it. Because the will is being written in the presence of a notary, you’ll benefit from the notary’s experience and advice, avoiding errors and limiting the chance of someone opposing your final wishes, contesting the authenticity or challenging the will in courts.

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