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Wisconsin Last Will and Testament Template

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Wisconsin Last Will and Testament Template

Updated November 15, 2023

A Wisconsin last will and testament is a legal document in which a testator (the person to whom the will belongs) states their final wishes regarding the distribution of their estate upon death. By creating a will, a testator can bequeath real and personal property, fiduciary assets, cash-on-hand, life insurance policies, and any other portion of their estate among designated beneficiaries.

Signing Requirements

Must be signed by the testator and by two witnesses.[1]

State Definition

Unless the context or subject matter indicates otherwise, “Will” includes a codicil and any document incorporated by reference in a testamentary document. “Will” does not include a copy, unless the copy has been proven as a will, but “will” does include a properly executed duplicate original.[2]

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  1. Section 853.03
  2. Section 851.31