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Can a legal will be handwritten?

The law relating to making legal wills is extremely technical. There is no prohibition against a last will and testament being handwritten providing certain other substantive, formal and technical aspects are attended to.  We strongly recommend you obtain legal advice to ensure that your desires and intentions are properly and completely implemented.

Poorly made wills can cause family division and unnecessary legal expenses when wills are contested.

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