This Lease Agreement is legally binding in Wyoming according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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In Wyoming, a last will and testament is a document that explains how you want your property given away when you die. You also use it to name a guardian for your minor children. Your executor, named in the last will and testament, is responsible for ensuring that your wishes are honored after the document is approved by the probate court. A Wyoming last will and testament must be in writing in order for the probate court to determine that it is legally valid. Additionally, it must be signed by two witnesses who are not named as beneficiaries.