In the state of Utah, the Last Will and Testament is a document that a Testator creates when making arrangements of what happens to their assets after they pass away. This document can be effective toward everything from personal property to cash, belongings, royalties and anything of the like. Furthermore, a Will is a legal document, allowing the Testator's decisions to be legally enforceable and upheld in a court of law should any disagreements occur between beneficiaries with a financial institution. In the state of Utah, a Will must be notarized and signed by two Witnesses.
Definition of Will - Section 75-1-201(58)
Witnesses - According to §75-2-502, the Will must be signed by two (2) Witnesses.
Step 1 - After opening your FormSwift Last Will template, enter the following information:
Step 2 - Provide the following information on any pets, property, children and life insurance:
Step 5 - Specify the percentage, portion, or item that each child will inherit.
Step 6 - Establish a Trust - Setting up a Trust for someone who may have a disability or a mental illness and requires special care can prevent any issues with their eligibility to receive their other benefits.
Step 7 - Establish inheritance parameters:
Step 8 - Provide Funeral Home information
Step 9 - Make any Last Meal specifications
Step 10 - Appoint an Executor
Step 11 - Appoint your Trustee
Step 12 - Appoint your Digital Executor
Step 13 - Appoint a Guardian for Your Minor Children
Step 14 - Name other Beneficiaries besides Children
Step 15 - Name Disinherited Persons
Step 16 - Witnesses - Provide information about your witnesses: