How to Draft a Will

In India, any plain paper with your Will that is handwritten or typed on it, along with clear instructions on how you want your estate to be distributed or managed, is accepted by the government of India as a legal Will draft. So, the process of making a legal Will in India is quite convenient. In addition, it does not require a stamp paper or notary of a Will.

A legal Will draft must include:

Information about the testator and their family
Details of the estate, including property and assets
Details of liabilities
Wealth distribution wishes
Names and signature of two witnesses
Date and place
Testator’s signature

What possessions/ belongings/ property should be included in your Will