Nevada Self-Proving Affidavit Form

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Updated January 10, 2023

A Nevada self-proving affidavit form provides proof of validity to an individual’s last will and testament. After drafting the will, the testator (individual creating will) can download the Nevada self-proving affidavit and attach it thereto. To execute the affidavit, the testator must have two (2) witnesses and a notary public sign the document. The witnesses are there to attest to the testator’s competence and free choice in signing the document. After the testator’s death, their will must be reviewed by probate court before their estate can be distributed to the named beneficiaries. If the will contains a self-proving affidavit, the court will not have to call upon the witnesses to appear before them to verify the legitimacy of the will.


  • Statute§ 133.050
  • Signing Requirements – Two (2) witnesses and a notary public.

How to Write

Step 1 – Download the Nevada Self-Proving Affidavit Form in Adobe PDF, MS Word (.docx), or OpenDocument.

Step 2 – Enter the County in which the document is being executed and the current Date.

Step 3 – The Names of both Witnesses and the Testator must be entered into the appropriate fields (highlighted in the image below). Next, the Witnesses must inscribe their signatures on the lines provided.

Step 4 – The Notary Public, having witnessed the Witnesses’ Signatures, can enter the Date, inscribe their Signature, and affix their official seal. The affidavit must be attached to the last will and testament in question.