, February 21, 2024
A testator died. Testator's will was found. The will was signed but not dated. How do you complete the Affidavit of Attesting Witnesses?
Under New York law, a will does not have to be dated to be duly executed.
So, the undated will is a valid will, but it creates practical problems when completing the forms to probate the will.
In particular, the form for the Affidavit of Attesting Witnesses After Death does not contemplate an undated will:
How can you complete the Affidavit of Attesting Witnesses when it assumes that the will is dated?
Sign up now and upgrade your account to read the post and get access to all premium content that is only for paying subscribers.
Sign up now to read the post. To get access to the full library of premium content, you must be a paying subscriber.
Already have an account ? Sign in
Lawyer and writer. Husband, father of daughter, son, brother to one brother and two sisters, uncle to eight nieces and nephews, and great-uncle. Has two dogs and two cats. Loves technology and music.
Jan 04, 2024
Dec 20, 2023 — Premium
Jan 17, 2024 — Premium
© Copyright 2022-2023 by Hani Sarji; all rights reserved. Disclaimer. Attorney Advertising.