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Does a legal will need to be witnessed?

Absolutely yes. A document may have some value as “evidence” of intention but the requirements in New South Wales have strict provisions for witnessing of the signature of a legal will. We strongly recommend you obtain legal advice as to the correct manner for the formal execution of a legal will.  

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