To determine whether your current will is valid will depend on a number of factors including

1. The will must be in writing, whether handwritten or typed or a computer printed document.

2. The testator/testatrix must have signed the will at the end thereof.

3. The signatures of the testator/testatrix must be made in the presence of two or more competent witnesses. Witnesses are considered competent if they are 14 years or older and are competent to give evidence in a court of law.

4. The witnesses must attest and sign the will in the presence of the testator/testatrix and each other.

5.Should the will be more than a single page, each page other than the page on which it ends must be signed by the testator/testatrix.

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