Does a will have to be notarized?

No. A will does not have to be notarized to be valid in Michigan. However, a good attorney will always have a will notarized to add additional validation to the testator’s and the witnesses’ signatures. A notary can also validate that the testator had capacity and was not under undue influence when he or she signed the will.

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