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Execution Statement

Execution Statement

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An Execution Statement is a formal statement that is included in a will to indicate that the document has been executed according to the legal requirements of the jurisdiction where it was created. The law sets out specific formalities that must be followed when executing a will in order for it to be valid.

The Execution Statement is typically located at the end of the will and serves as proof that the document has been executed correctly. It usually includes a declaration by the testator, or the person creating the will, stating that they understand the contents of the will and that they are executing it of their own free will.

The Execution Statement may also include the names of the witnesses who were present at the signing of the will, as well as their signatures. A will must be signed in the presence of two witnesses who are both over the age of 18, and who are not beneficiaries of the will or married to a beneficiary.

Including an Execution Statement in a will can help to prevent disputes or challenges to the validity of the will. It is an important component of any legally valid will and is typically prepared by a solicitor or other qualified legal professional to ensure that it complies with the relevant legal requirements.