I live in Pennsylvania. If I write my own Will does it need to be notarized or is my signature good enough and accepted without question.
1 Answer from Attorneys
Notarization makes a will "self-proving." If it is not notarized, then your executor will have to drag the witnesses into court. Wills have to be signed and witnessed. I recommend getting at least 2 witnesses who are not beneficiaries under the will and you all have a signing ceremony in front of a notary by signing in the presence of the notary and each other.
Don't try and save yourself a few bucks or get a do-it-yourself kit. Maybe what you draft or the kit is fine and maybe its not, but if you have complicating factors, you should pay a lawyer to have it done correctly. Your legacy should not be leaving your loved ones with a lawsuit because you messed up your will.