The Legal Last Will and Testament you have found, is for a single person with minor children. It provides for the appointment of a personal representative or executor, designation of who will receive your property and other provisions, including provisions for your children. It also includes provisions for the appointment of a trustee for the estate of the minor children.
This Will must be signed in the presence of two witnesses, not related to you or named in your Will. If your state has adopted a self-proving affidavit statute, a state specific self-proving affidavit is also included and requires the presence of a notary public to sign the Will.(more...)
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