self-proving will

Definition of "self-proving will"
  1. A type of will that meets certain formalities allowing it to be readily accepted as genuine by a probate court without requiring additional witness testimony or evidence
How to use "self-proving will" in a sentence
  1. The probate court accepted Susan's self-proving will without question.
  2. Due to the correct procedures followed, John's will became a self-proving will.
  3. Creating a self-proving will can simplify the probate process after your death.

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