Legal Question in Wills and Trusts in Ohio

Do Wills need to be Notarized or can they just be signed by witnesses?

Asked on 5/23/12, 3:37 pm

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Lisa Meier Law Office of Anthony W. Greco
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In Ohio, the current law is that a will must be only witnessed by two witnesses. There is currently no need for notarization. However, the law frequently changes.

This answer is based on Ohio law and does not create an attorney-client relationship.

Lisa K. Meier

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5/27/12, 1:54 pm

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