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A Last Will and Testament is a legally binding document that stipulates how a person's assets, including real estate, personal property, and investments, are distributed after the person dies. This document is commonly referred to as a Last Will or Will. After the form is created and signed, in front of two witnesses, the will should be shared with all beneficiaries. It is not required for wills to be filed with the state but certain counties allow this to be done.

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Colorado Last Will and Testament: What Is It?

In Colorado, a last will and testament is a legal document that tells how you want your personal belongings given out when you die. For parents, it also names someone to become the guardian of your minor child or children. Without a last will and testament in Colorado, the court would decide who would get your property and raise your children. Although a last will and testament in Colorado doesn't need to be notarized, you do need two witnesses. Colorado also provides for self proving. This means that you and your two witnesses sign the will in front of a notary and have it notarized.

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