New Hampshire Last Will and Testament Form

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New Hampshire Last Will and Testament: What Is It?

A Last Will and Testament is a legally enforceable document that allows someone (often referred to as a Testator) to pass their belongings to their beneficiaries once they pass away. A Will can provide specific details as to which assets will be passed to which individual, and can also go into detail about funeral home arrangements and last meal specifications. Testators can delegate exactly how much of their assets will be passed down to each individual beneficiary, and can even leave their estates to charity if they so choose. This document is legally enforceable as long as it is signed by two Witnesses and notarized by a Notary Public, and can be upheld in court if any disagreements occur.

New Hampshire Laws

Laws - Title LVI, Chapter 551: Wills

Witnesses - According to Section 3B:3-2, the Will must be signed by two (2) witnesses.

How to Create a New Hampshire Last Will and Testament

Step 1 - Using your FormSwift template, provide your:

  • First name
  • Last name
  • Gender
  • City of residence
  • County of residence

Step 2 - Declare your marital status. The choices are listed below:

  • Single
  • Married
  • Engaged
  • Divorced
  • Widowed
  • Separated

Also, provide your spouse's full name (if applicable) and whether or not he or she will be named as a beneficiary

Step 3 - Provide information on the following:

  • Pets - Pet’s names, descriptions
  • Property - Property addresses
  • Life Insurance - Company name, policy number
  • Children - Children’s names, living status, and whether or not they will be named as beneficiaries.

Step 4 - Specify what you’d like to leave each child:

  • Name - amount/prevent/property inherited

Step 5 - Would you like to set up a Trust for someone? Setting up a Trust for someone who requires special care can prevent any issues with their eligibility to receive other benefits like Medicaid.

  • Name
  • Relationship to you

Step 6 - State the time period of your children’s inheritance.

  • Age when benefits start
  • Age when benefits end
  • The portion that will be received

Step 7 - Provide information for the funeral home you’ve made arrangements with

  • Name
  • Address

Step 8 - Provide any specifications for the last meal.

Step 9 - Name the person who will execute your Will:

  • Executor Name
  • Relationship to you

Step 10 - Name your Trustee

  • Trustee Name
  • Relationship to you

Step 11 - If you have digital assets, appoint your Digital Executor:

  • Name of Digital Executor
  • Relationship with you

Step 12 - If you have children who are minors, appoint a guardian for them:

  • Name of Guardian
  • Relationship to you

Step 13 - Additional Beneficiaries - If you wish to name additional beneficiaries, provide the following information:

  • Beneficiary’s Name
  • Relationship to you
  • Inheritance item/amount/percent to be received

Step 14 - Disinheritance - If the grantor wishes to disinherit a spouse or a child, describe the following information:

  • Name
  • Relationship to you

Step 15 - Witnesses - Provide the following information for each of your witnesses:

  • Name
  • Address
  • City
  • State
  • Zip code
  • Telephone Number

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