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Can an Executor of a Will Sign as a Witness?

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An executor can safely act as a witness to the signing of a will as long as they are not beneficiaries.
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1. Acquire the declination form for your state or jurisdiction. The necessary form varies between states, but can be obtained from the probate court overseeing the will and estate
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Typically any sane and sober adult with capacity to sign contracts should do. Bank tellers generally fall into this category. Embed Quote This answer is not a substitute for professional
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If you mean how do you sign estate chacks as the executor, you sign your name as usual, then add "Executor of the estate of..." Like this: " John Smith, executor of
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Yes, it is very common for husbands and wives to act as executors for each other. It is always a good idea to appoint two executors, just in case one is unable to carry out his duties
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