1.) AFFIDAVIT WILL – This document will have two witnesses and will be notarized with the “Self-Proving Affidavit” attached.
2.) WITNESSED WILL – This document will have two witnesses but no notary. In this case, the Probate Office will have to call in one of the witnesses to attest to the signature of the decedent.
3.) HOLOGRAPHIC WILL – This document is written wholly in the handwriting of the decedent and most usually has not been witnessed or notarized. In order to probate this type of will, the probate office must call in two witnesses to attest to the decedent’s handwriting as well as their signature.