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In re Est. of Harless, 2013 MT 283

Abstract

Will signed in block letters, as opposed to cursive, was validly executed under Montana law because it was: (1) signed in the presence of two witnesses and a notary; (2) presented to witnesses and notary as testatrix’s last will and testament; and (3) record reflected that testatrix acknowledged document as her last will and testament. Testatrix did not revoke her will under Montana law because she never: (1) executed a later will expressly revoking all or part of her previous will; or (2) took action that effectively demonstrated her intent to revoke the will.