Oregon Last Will and Testament Template

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Updated April 05, 2023

An Oregon last will and testament is a legal document that provides written instructions for proper distribution of a testator’s (person to whom the will belongs) estate among their family, friends, children, spouses, and even charitable organizations upon their death. The creation of a will document ensures peace of mind for the testator that their personal, real, fiduciary, and even digital property will be appropriately transferred per the testator’s wishes and not through the decisions of probate proceedings.

Under Oregon law, will documents must be signed in the presence of two (2) witnesses. A testator can also have the will acknowledged by a state-authorized notary public for an extra layer of legal protection. The testator may change or revoke the document at their discretion at any time.

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Signing Requirements

Must be signed by two (2) Witnesses who shall acknowledge the Testator sign the will. (ORS 112.235)

State Definition

Will” includes codicil and also includes a testamentary instrument that merely appoints a personal representative or that merely revokes or revives another will.

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