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Asked on: 7/18/13, 10:40 am

My husband's deceased Aunt signed a simple 1 page will when she visited us in California in 1996 (she was a New York resident and that is where she died). The will was signed before a notary and 3 witnesses. Only one of the witnesses is a signature, the other two witnesse's names are printed. Does this make it voidable since 2 witnesses' names are only printed? The 2 witnesses are still living and could sign an avidavit if it came to that.

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