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A will must be filed with the court in Nebraska regardless of whether probate is necessary. The court has the job of validating the will and handling any issues if an heir contests it. If the estate requires probate, it is often opened at the same time as when the will is filed.
A will you have deposited with the court is kept confidential during your lifetime and can only be delivered to you or to a person whom you have given written authorization.
The short answer is yesonline wills are legitimate as long as you ensure they comply with federal and state laws. Online will companies hire licensed attorneys and legal professionals to carefully word their estate planning documents so that each is legally binding.
Before the terms of a Nebraska last will and testament can be effectuated, the will must be proven in probate court. Probate is the court-supervised process of distributing the estate of a deceased person.
In most counties in Nebraska probate records have been kept by the county judge. They include wills, fee books, claim registers, legacy records, inheritance records, probate ticklers, and dockets. They are available at the county courthouses. The Family History Library has microfilms of many county probate records.
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The basic requirements for a Nebraska last will and testament include the following: Age: The testator must be at least 18 years old. Capacity: The testator must be of sound mind. Signature: The will must be signed by the testator or by someone else in the testators name in his presence, by his direction.
There are four main requirements to the formation of a valid will: The will must have been executed with testamentary intent; The testator must have had testamentary capacity: The will must have been executed free of fraud, duress, undue influence or mistake; and.
In most counties in Nebraska probate records have been kept by the county judge. They include wills, fee books, claim registers, legacy records, inheritance records, probate ticklers, and dockets. They are available at the county courthouses. The Family History Library has microfilms of many county probate records.
The firm that prepared the will often retain the original signed document, or may keep a record of where the original was sent. If you cant find a copy, then contacting the law firm that acted for the deceased is the best starting point.
A will must be filed with the court in Nebraska regardless of whether probate is necessary. The court has the job of validating the will and handling any issues if an heir contests it.

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