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What if it is notarized? A: In order for a will to be valid under Indiana law, it has to be both signed and witnessed by two individuals who are preferably disinterested (not family members or included in the will). In the situation you describe, the notary public might be construed as one witness. However, one witness isn’t enough. In some states, an un-witnessed will that is written wholly in the creator’s handwriting can be valid. That sort of will is known as a holographic will. Unfortunately Indiana isn’t one of the states that recognize


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Lipson Neilson Shareholder Sandra Glazier to Speak on “Attorneys’ Roles and Responsibilities in Protecting Aging Clients and Their Assets” at the American Bar Association’s National Spring Symposia for the Section of Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Lipson Neilson, P.C. Shareholder Sandra Glazier has been selected by the American Bar Association to be on a panel that will discuss attorneys’ roles and responsibilities in protecting aging clients (and their assets) from the seemingly well-intentioned but overly-influencing next generation. This session, “It May Be a Small