Free Printable Wisconsin Last Will and Testament Forms

The Wisconsin last will and testament, also known as a will, is a legal document that details the testator’s wishes regarding the distribution of their assets, the upbringing of their children, and other matters after their passing. A personal representative, also known as an executor, is a responsible individual appointed to oversee the distribution of the estate in compliance with the terms of the will.

Our Wisconsin Wills are printable and can be downloaded in case you want to edit or customize the document. We have wills for persons with and without children, and for those who are single, married, and remarried. We also have a specialized will for grandparents.

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Wisconsin State Statute Governing Wills

Wisconsin Statutes Chapter 853

Wisconsin Will Age Requirements

Age Requirements: Any person of sound mind 18 years of age or older may make and revoke a will.

Wisconsin Will Signing Requirements

Will Signing Requirements: Every will in order to be validly executed must be in writing and must be signed by the testator, by the testator with the assistance of another person with the testator’s consent or in the testator’s name by another person at the testator’s direction and in the testator’s conscious presence.

Wisconsin Will Witness Requirements

Will Witnessing Requirements: The will must be signed by at least 2 witnesses who signed within a reasonable time after any of the following: 1) the signing of the will in the conscious presence of the witness, 2) the testator’s implicit or explicit acknowledgement of the testator’s signature on the will, in the conscious presence of the witness, or 3) the testator’s implicit or explicit acknowledgement of the will, in the conscious presence of the witness.

Wisconsin Self-Proved Wills

The state of Wisconsin considers this to be a one-step procedure. A will may be simultaneously executed, attested and made self-proved by the affidavit of the testator and witnesses. The affidavit must be made before an officer authorized to administer oaths under the laws of the state in which execution occurs and must be evidenced by the officer’s certificate, under official seal. Wisconsin Statutes 853.04)

Example of Wisconsin Last Will and Testament

Wisconsin Last Will and Testament Forms
Wisconsin Last Will and Testament Forms

Printable Wisconsin Last Will and Testament Forms

Printable Microsoft Word

Printable Wisconsin Last Will and Testament Microsoft Word

Printable PDF

Printable Wisconsin Last Will and Testament PDF

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