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Date: ______________ Witness 3: ________________________
Subscribed and sworn to before me by _______, ______, ______, and _____,
each of whom is known to me personally, this __ day of __________, 19____.
My Commission Expires: ________________________________
______________________ NOTARY PUBLIC
(SEAL)
Before your Last Will and Testament becomes valid, it must be properly
executed. Although state laws vary, these steps should enable you to make your
Last Will and Testament valid in your state (except Louisiana).
1. You will need three witnesses. You should sign your Will in front of
the three of them at the same time. As you sign it, tell them that this document is
your Last Will and Testament and that you are asking them to sign it as wit-
nesses. (You may also want to initial each page to prevent anyone from making
alterations to your Will. If you do, initial it at the bottom of each page, and have
your Witnesses put their initials next to yours.) You do not have to reveal the
2. Have the Witnesses sign on the appropriate lines. You must watch each
Witness sign, and each of them must watch the others sign.
3. In most states, the Affidavit that printed with your Will allows your Ex-
ecutor to begin the probate of your estate without having to call your Witnesses
to court to prove that your Will is really your Will. (This is called "proving" the
Will; the affidavit is called a "self-proving" affidavit.)
To make your Will self-proving, you should read and sign the affidavit on
the line indicated. Your Witnesses should read the affidavit and sign it in your
presence, in the presence of each other, and in the presence of a notary public.
While certain states do not recognize self-proving affidavits, having one
anyway will not affect your Will's validity. Neither will not having one in states
that honor them. The choice is yours.
Your Witnesses should be at least 21 years old, and they should not in-
DO NOT sign any copies of your Will, or make copies of your signed
Will. Sign only the original, using the procedure outlined above.
DO NOT make any changes, alterations or additions to your Will once it
is printed. If you need to make a change, go back to the program and print a new
document. Be sure to destroy the incorrect Will immediately, so there is no con-
fusion later about which version is the correct one.
Date: ______________ Witness 3: ________________________

Subscribed and sworn to before me by _______, ______, ______, and _____,
each of whom is known to me personally, this __ day of __________, 19____.
My Commission Expires: ________________________________
______________________ NOTARY PUBLIC
(SEAL)

Before your Last Will and Testament becomes valid, it must be properly
executed. Although state laws vary, these steps should enable you to make your
Last Will and Testament valid in your state (except Louisiana).
1. You will need three witnesses. You should sign your Will in front of
the three of them at the same time. As you sign it, tell them that this document is
your Last Will and Testament and that you are asking them to sign it as wit-
nesses. (You may also want to initial each page to prevent anyone from making
alterations to your Will. If you do, initial it at the bottom of each page, and have
your Witnesses put their initials next to yours.) You do not have to reveal the
2. Have the Witnesses sign on the appropriate lines. You must watch each
Witness sign, and each of them must watch the others sign.
3. In most states, the Affidavit that printed with your Will allows your Ex-
ecutor to begin the probate of your estate without having to call your Witnesses
to court to prove that your Will is really your Will. (This is called "proving" the
Will; the affidavit is called a "self-proving" affidavit.)
To make your Will self-proving, you should read and sign the affidavit on
the line indicated. Your Witnesses should read the affidavit and sign it in your
presence, in the presence of each other, and in the presence of a notary public.
While certain states do not recognize self-proving affidavits, having one
anyway will not affect your Will's validity. Neither will not having one in states
that honor them. The choice is yours.
Your Witnesses should be at least 21 years old, and they should not in-