How is a will drawn up?

A will is a type of testamentary disposition in which persons who have completed the age of 15 and have the power to distinguish, use their right of disposition on their property within the framework of the law.

A will is a type of testamentary disposition in which persons who have completed the age of 15 and have the power to distinguish, use their right of disposition on their property within the framework of the law. A will can be drawn up in three ways: formally, handwritten and oral. Official will: It is drawn up by the magistrate or notary with the participation of two witnesses. The inheritor reports his wishes to the magistrate or notary public. These requests are written down and given to the legator to read. The will is signed by the testator (judge or notary public and witnesses) and given to the testator for safekeeping.