Will Guide
Introduction
What Happens if You Die Without a Will
Probate
Leaving Property to Heirs
Guardianships
Debts
Homes and Family Residence
Testamentary Trusts
Amending and Revoking Your Will
Marriage, Divorce and Children
Estate Taxes
Will FAQs
What is a will?
What happens if you die without a will?
Is my out-of-state will valid if I move?
What makes a will legal?
Can I make a handwritten will?
Do I have to file my will with a court or in public records?
Can I disinherit someone?
What should I do with my will after I sign it?
Can I change or revoke my will after I make it?
What happens to my debts after I die?
Where can I get my will notarized?

What You Need To Know

Where can I get my will notarized?



You can usually find a notary at Mail Boxes, Etc. and similar stores. Financial institutions such as banks also offer notary services. The Yellow Pages has lists of traveling notaries.

Please be advised that the notary will only be signing the “Self-Proving Affidavit” and the “Statement of Interment.” These documents should not be stapled to your Last Will; they are separate documents. The Last Will itself does not have to be notarized.

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