Massachusetts Last Will and Testament Form

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Massachusetts Last Will and Testament: What Is It?

In the state of Massachusetts, a Last Will and Testament is a legal document that protects a person’s (known as a Testator) from being taken by unwanted individuals after they pass away. Last Will and Testament protects your beneficiaries with a legally enforceable document and allows you to rest assured that when you pass away, they will receive the inheritance you left to them. In order for this document to be legally recognized by the state, it must be signed by two witnesses and notarized by a Notary Public.


Massachusetts State Laws

Definition of Will - Section 1-201(57)


Laws - Chapter 190B: Massachusetts Uniform Probate Code


Witnesses - According to §2-502, the Will must be signed by two (2) individual witnesses.


How to Write Will in Massachusetts

Provide as specific information as possible for the following sections


Naming the Testator

  • Name
  • Gender
  • City and county of residence

Marital Status

  • Name your spouse
  • State whether or not he or she will be named as a beneficiary

Pets, Property, and Life Insurance

  • Provide information on any pets, property, or life insurance that you may have

Child Beneficiaries

  • Name your children, as well as their inheritance amount

Special Trust - Provide the following information if you wish to set up a Trust for someone who may have special needs or a mental illness and requires special care.

  • Name
  • Relationship to you

State Provisions on Inheritance

  • Provide the age that children will be when benefits start
  • State the age that children will be when benefits end
  • Provide the amount, portion, or percentage that children will receive

Funeral Arrangements

  • Name of Funeral Home
  • Address

Last Meal

  • State any specifics for the last meal after the service

Appoint your Executor

  • Name of Executor
  • Relationship to you

Appoint your Trustee (if your assets are in a Trust)

  • Name
  • Relationship to you

Name your Digital Executor (if you have digital assets)

  • Name
  • Relationship to you


Guardian for Minor Children (if you have minor children)

  • Name
  • Relationship to you

Additional Beneficiaries

  • Name
  • Relationship to you
  • The amount, percentage, or belonging/s to be inherited

Disinheriting Individuals

Name the individuals you wish to disinherit

  • Name
  • Relationship to you

Witness Information

  • Name
  • Address of witness
  • Contact number

Be sure to sign your Will, in addition to having you witnesses sign them. In addition, be sure to have your Will notarized by a Notary Public.


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