Testamentary Formalities in the United States of America
This chapter discusses major trends and significant minority positions, in addition to the philosophies and historical explanations behind the law of testamentary formalities in the United States. It covers the importance of the signature of the testator, attested wills, holograph wills, special wills, the movement away from strict compliance, and incorporation by reference and alterations.
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