Wills should be notarized to be legal because having a notary confirm the signatures provides evidence that the Will is valid. Unfortunately, the laws in most states have not yet caught up to technology and you will have to find a notary to oversee your Will execution. We provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to execute your Will. Here's a handy search to find the notaries in your area.

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