The Joint Will is a document that a person may execute to ensure that loved ones are given certain real and personal property after his or her death. The will must be executed when the person is of sound mind and must be witnessed by unrelated persons. The form must also be notarized.
We offer the Joint Wills in Microsoft Word as well as a free PDF form. The PDF is by far more popular because you can print the document and fill in the blanks. Most PDFs can be converted to a fillable form using Adobe Acrobat DC, Microsoft Word, or any document conversion software.
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