Study the formal requirements for executing a valid will, execution of attested and non-attested wills, the harmless error rule, and how to prove that a will has been validly executed.
A person’s last will and testament must be valid in order to be carried out after his or her death. Typically, executing a valid will means adhering to strict requirements. Today, you’ll be learning about the types and requirements of valid wills.
In our discussion today, we’ll talk about how to execute several types of valid wills, including attested and non-attested wills. We’ll also cover the harmless error rule, before discussing how to prove that a will has been validly executed. By the...