A Last Will and Testament is a legal document that a person, known as a Testator, will create to state what they wish to do with their personal and real property, and how it will be distributed after their death. These documents are completely customizable to the Testators whishes and can be changed at any time. For example, John may write in his Will that he wants all of his assets and property liquated and distributed evenly to his children. Later, he may change his mind and designate that 90% of his assets be given to his children while the remaining 10% is donated to charity. This decision can be upheld in court, as a Will is legally enforceable as long as it is notarized and signed by two Witnesses.
Laws - Title 32 (Wills)
Witnesses - According to §32-1-104, the Will must be signed by two (2) witnesses.
Using your FormSwift Template, be sure to fill out all of the titled Sections.
Provide details on any pets, property, or life insurance. This means addresses, names, policy numbers, etc.
Describe your children and the amount they will inherit
State if you’d like to set up a Trust for someone, perhaps someone who requires special care. This can prevent issues with them receiving any other eligibility-based benefits.
Provide the following of the funeral home you’ve made arrangements with: