I've been nominated as a witness, now what?
In most cases, a will document isn’t legally binding unless it has been signed in front of one or more witnesses. Usually, the will signing ceremony involves the will-maker signing and dating their document in the presence of two people who have also agreed to be the witnesses. They will then also sign and date the document.
I’ve been nominated, now what?
If you’re the will-maker considering whom to name as your witness(es) or if you’ve been named as a witness in the will of another person, you can check out FreeWill's helpful article: Witness requirements: Who can (and can’t) witness a will?. You can read some helpful information and frequently asked questions about the requirements.
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