A Will is a written document, generally prepared with the help of an attorney, that provides instructions for the disposition of a decedent's (dead person's) property. The term "Last will and testament" is simply a more complicated name for a Will. Thus last will and testament forms are simply just will forms
- Be typewritten or computer generated;
- Expressly state that it’s your will;
- Have the date and your signature;
- Be signed by at least two, or in some states three, witnesses.
Witnesses must watch you sign the will and they must not be people who inherit anything under the will.
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