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Are online wills legal in Massachusetts?

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Unlike most states, Massachusetts does not recognize a will signed by witnesses and notarized as a "self-proving" will, or a will that doesn't require the probate court to question the witnesses. A notarized will is not legal in Massachusetts unless it is also signed by the testator and two witnesses.
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