Last Testiment and Will

Last Testiment and Will

In STATE-NAME how long after a death is the last will and testiment valid for?


Not clear what you are asking. If someone has died leaving a will, it is generally (although there may be exceptions) advisable to file the will with the surrogate's court (sometimes called orphan's court or probate court depending on location). Filing the will along with papers including background information the court needs or wants, and an original death certificate, are some of the key steps to begin the probate process. In many instances even if the will won't be probated (e.g. if there are no probate assets) it is advisable to file the will with the court in the event something else comes up in the future. Sorry, but question not clear and we cannot answer state specific questions.

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