What is required to make a last Will legal in Florida, your wills must be signed and the presence of two different witnesses. And so, you have to have the person making the Will, which they call the test day tour. And the two witnesses, all of them have to be present while all three of them sign the document. You can have one listed later, it can’t be signed later or whatever else the will does not have to be notarized. Now, most Wills that you see today do have a notarization, but that’s on the proof of Will for the will to be admitted into probate. It must be proved. And, if there’s not a certificate at the time they signed it or self-proving Will, then one of the witnesses need to appear at the clerk of the court and swear that the Will was signed in their presence and the presence of the other witness and the person making the Will. So that’s proving the Will. So, the notarization has to do with the proof of Will. So, if you have all those requirements, well, then the will should be admitted to probate and be it admitted to probate. Sometimes in other States they have what they call a holographic Will, which is a handwritten Will, but Florida does not make any exception for holographic Wills. They require even a holographic Will be signed in the presence of two different witnesses. So, if you have any questions, give me a call at (727) 847-2288.