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  • Canadian Wills -- will this be enough to allow the will to be accepted?

    ALBERTA, CANADA. Is an affidavit of execution signed by the witnesses to a will that is notarized by a notary public or commissioner for oaths enough to make a will "self proving" in Canada? That is in case a witness dies before the person that made the will or a witness moves away and cannot be located, will this be enough to allow the will to be accepted as valid in probate court without having the witnesses testify?
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    Re: Canadian Wills

    I wish to inform you that Will may be accepted in court for probate purposes. If there is any party that contests validity of Will then evidence of Witness is required. If witness is deceased or not available then authenticity of Will can be known through other evidences like handwriting expert showing signature of deceased on Will, evidence by person having knowledge of Will etc.

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