Had recently been to the clerk to record my will. 4 witness signatures were on it and tried explaining that in Texas it isn't necessary to be notarized to the clerk who insisted on it. Is it actually necessary now?

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Well, fact remains that the default process for property distribution is after all a rather complex one. This can lead to further complications for the experienced legal practitioners. Why don't you take your document to the local estate planning attorney and see what can be done?


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