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Mississippi Last Will and Testament Template

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Mississippi Last Will and Testament Template

Updated November 15, 2023

A Mississippi last will and testament is a legally binding document used by an individual (“testator”) to direct the distribution of their personal and real property, fiduciary accounts, and/or any cash-on-hand, digital assets, and any other form of property upon their death. On their will, a testator can set detailed instructions on the distribution of their assets/property among spouses, family, friends, and even charitable organizations.

Signing Requirements

Must be signed by two or more credible witnesses in the presence of the testator.[1]

State Definition

Every person eighteen (18) years of age or older, being of sound and disposing mind shall have power by last will and testament or codicil in writing.[2]

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  1. Miss. Code § 91-5-1
  2. Miss. Code § 91-5-1