Are There Different Types of Wills?

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California Law Recognizes Formal and Handwritten Wills

In addition to a formal testamentary will that is witnessed and signed by two people in an attorney’s office, California also recognizes handwritten, or holographic, wills. In this video, Oakland probate litigation lawyer Charles Triay talks about the requirements a handwritten will must have in California.

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