07/31/12, 1:01 am
I currently finished writing my will using Suzie Orman's Will and Trust Kit and I need 2 witness signatures on the will that are not related to me and a notary signature. Problem is I do not have anyone that I know that will sign as witnesses. I just moved here from another state and I have no friends here, just my beneficiaries which are relatives. I live in South Carolina. What options do I have?
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Evan Guthrie Says:

Aug 09,2012 1:59 PM

It is always recommended that you have a lawyer draft a will for you because of the numerous unintended consequences that could occur, but if you are determined to do it yourself there are other resources for witnesses such as a bank or other financial institution.

Evan Guthrie
Evan Guthrie Law Firm
164 Market Street Suite 362,Charleston, SC 29401

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