The will is a legal document that establishes the way in which a person’s assets will be distributed after his death, as well as other legal provisions. It is also known as the last will of the individual.

The person who draws up the will is called the testator and must comply with the legal requirements established by the laws of each state for the will to be valid and duly executed.

The legal requirements for wills vary by state, as each has its own laws regarding the validity of the will, although the differences are usually minor.

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