I have filled out the forms for a will and got them notirizied. Do they need to be filied with the state of TX? Or can I just leave them in safe place?
living will I have filled out the forms for a will and got them notirizied.
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Based on what you have stated, just filing out forms for a will and getting the forms notarized may not completely make your will legally binding. In Texas, there is certain procedures for validating a last will and testament. It is always best to retain a law firm to assist you with the preparation and formal process of valadating your will. Additionally, there could be potential federal tax issues that effect the will. If my law firm can assist with this legal matter or any other legal issue, please contact my legal assistant Jennifer (email@example.com).
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