Understanding Holographic Will Basics

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While most wills are written by an attorney and then signed in front of witnesses, that isn’t the only option available to you. In fact, many states allow for what’s known as a holographic will. It’s handwritten and signed only by you, the author. The holographic will is usually permitted as part of legacy laws from the time before computers became mainstream and most every will was jotted down at the kitchen table.…

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