What is a self-proving will?
A will which has an affidavit attached that contains specific language required by law. The presence of this clause eliminates the need to obtain witness depositions. (Section 64.1-87.1 and 64.1-87.2 of the Code of Virginia, as amended).
More Estate and Trust Administration FAQs
- Are holographic wills legal in Virginia?
- How long does it take after qualification to complete the probate process?
- Is an executor or administrator compensated?
- Should a will be kept in a safe deposit box at a bank?
- What are the duties of an executor/administrator?
- What does dying testate or intestate mean?
- What is a self-proving will?
- What is the procedure to probate an estate with a will?
- What should the prospective executor/administrator bring to qualify?
- What taxes and fees are associated with probate?
- When is it necessary to probate an estate?
- Where should I go to qualify as a personal representative for an estate?
- Who inherits the property of an intestate (person dying without a will)?