Who can act as a witness during a will ceremony?
A witness is a person who can confirm that a testator/testatrix was physically present, signed their own Will, and was of sound mind and memory.
How old do the witnesses need to be?
A witness should be over EIGHTEEN (18) years of age.
Who can act as a witness to a Will signing?
A witness can be your friend, neighbor, coworker, or a complete stranger.
Who should not be a witness to a Will signing?
A witness should not be a beneficiary of the Will, the spouse of a beneficiary at the time of the signing, or a minor. Witnesses should also be mentally sound.
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