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Question: Popov despised lawyers and refused to have


Popov despised lawyers and refused to have one prepare his will. Instead he went online, got information about estate planning, and wrote a will in his own handwriting in which he left his entire estate to his brother and $1 to each of his three children. The will was not witnessed by anyone. After his death, his children challenged its legality and validity.
a. Are witnesses always necessary for a handwritten will to be valid?
b. Is this an example of a holographic will?
c. Will the validity of the will be rejected by the court because it was not prepared by an attorney?

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