Unfortunately, no. The will and/or trust must be “duly” executed to be valid and legally binding. This means that the will and/or trust must be printed and signed before witnesses and a notary (with slight variations by state).
There can only be one will and copies usually do not count as a valid will (so make sure you store your original in a safe place and leave instructions on where to find it!) We make sure to guide you through this process step-by-step in Tomorrow.
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