How is the process completed to get signatures from the trustees and witness, as well as a lawyer?
Amar S. asked on Jan 1, 2013
Hi Amar, Thanks for your question. This is Michael from www.DynamicLegalForms.com. Each Will comes with free signing instructions that are based on your province's Wills laws. They basically say that you must sign the Will in the presence of two (2) appropriate witnesses, who must also then sign in your presence. Think: three people witnessing and signing using the same blue pen in the same room. The witnesses cannot be your beneficiaries or their spouses. Also, there is no legal requirement for a trustee or lawyer to sign your Will. Hope this helps!
Michael from Merchant replied on Jan 1, 2013