Arizona Last Will and Testament Template

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Updated March 16, 2023

An Arizona last will and testament is a legal document used for planning the distribution of personal, digital, fiduciary, and real property after death. The document allows the Testator (person to whom the will belongs) to provide for their family members, friends, and even charitable organizations by putting this document into effect. Beneficiaries of a will typically receive a portion, sometimes all, of the testator’s property in accordance with the testator’s intended wishes.

A will requires two (2) witnesses to be legally binding under Arizona law, which may be revoked at any time by the testator. Though optional, a will can also be acknowledged by a notary public to add additional legal protection.

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Signing Requirements

Must be signed with two (2) witnesses (§ 14-2502).

State Definition

Will” includes a codicil and any testamentary instrument that merely appoints an executor, revokes or revises another will, nominates a guardian or expressly excludes or limits the right of an individual or class to succeed to property of the decedent passing by intestate succession. A will may be a paper will or an electronic will.

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