In the state of North Carolina, a Last Will is used as part of an estate planning method to ensure that a Testator’s (the person whose assets are being distributed) wishes are granted and instructions are followed when it comes to their assets after they pass away. This document is one that can legally be upheld in court, as long as the legal requirements are followed. In North Carolina, two witnesses must sign the document, attesting that the Testator is of sound mind. Additionally, they may not be named as beneficiaries in the Will.
Laws - Chapter 31: Wills
Witnesses - According to G.S 31-3.3 the Will must be signed by two (2) competent witnesses.
On your FormSwift template, enter the following information:
Children, Pets, Property, Life Insurance:
Setting up a Trust:
Set Age Specifications:
Provide information on the funeral home that you’d like your body taken to:
Last Meal Specifications:
Name the Executor of your Will:
Name your Trustee - this is the person in charge of distributing the assets out of your Trust (if applicable):
Name your Digital Executor - this is the person who will distribute your digital assets:
Appoint a guardian over your minor children:
If you have other people who you’d like to include in your Will, name them below:
Disinheriting an Individual -Provide the information of the individual you’d like to disinherit:
Witnesses - Provide the contact information for each witness: