Can A Lawyer Be Witness To Will

The Witness Requirement to Execute a Will
Why this extra level of formality and caution, when it’s not required for other important documents such as contracts or promissory notes? The simple answer is that by the time a will takes effect, the person who signed it is no longer around to say whether or not the document that’s being presented to the probate court is really his or her will. But if there are witnesses, they can come to court and testify that the will-maker stated the document was his or her will, and appeared to be of sound mind and not under any undue influence.
Can a lawyer be your witness on a will?
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