A Will needs to be prepared and properly executed (signed by the testator or testatrix and witnesses) while you still have legal capacity. A testatrix is a legal term referring to a female who makes a will. A testator traditionally has referred to a male will maker, while a testatrix is the feminine form of the noun. However, distinguishing between genders is becoming less common.
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