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Formal Requirements for a Valid Will in Maryland, Maryland Estate Planning Lawyer Attorney Baltimore Maryland Wills TrustsUnder Maryland law you must sign your will and two or more witnesses must sign the will in your presence. There are also formalities on informing the witnesses as to what you are signing though they are not required to read and understand the contents of the will. Each witness must be at least 18 years of age, sign their name, address and phone number. Wills do not have to be notarized in Maryland however some powers of attorney have this requirement.

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