Michigan Statutory Will Form

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This Statutory Will form is for use in Michigan. A statutory will is sometimes called a "simple will" and effectively sets out your wishes regarding your estate.

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This Statutory Will is for use in Michigan. Sometimes called a "Simple Will" this form will set out your specific wishes regarding your estate. This Statutory Will spells out your specific desires regarding the disposition of your property, both personal and real, as well as cash and other assets. It also allows you to name a guardian and conservator for your minor children and set forth a personal representative who will administer your estate. It is imperative that every individual have a written Will. This Statutory Will for Michigan is easy to understand and will effectively set out your wishes regarding how your estate should be administered.

This Statutory Will for use in Michigan includes the following:
  • Declaration: Declares that this is your Last Will and revokes any prior Wills and codicils;
  • Disposition of Assets: Sets forth the disposition of your real and personal property including household items and gifts of cash;
  • Personal Representative: Sets forth the name of the person(s) who will act as your personal representative and administer your estate;
  • Guardian/Conservator: Allows you to specify who will act as guardian for any children under 18 years of age and to act as a conservator and manage the property of the minor child;
  • Definitions and Additional Clauses: A detailed list of definitions and additional clauses are included at the end of this form for your use and reference;
  • Signature: This Statutory Will must be signed and dated in the presence of two or three adult witnesses;
  • Statement of Witnesses: The witnesses declare that the person willingly signed and acknowledged this document to be their Statutory Will.

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This attorney-prepared packet contains:
  1. General Instructions
  2. Michigan Statutory Will Form
State Law Compliance: This form complies with the laws of Michigan
Number of Pages9
DimensionsDesigned for Letter Size (8.5" x 11")
EditableYes (.doc, .wpd and .rtf)
UsageUnlimited number of prints
Product number#17442

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The forms are just what we were looking for. A simple will and instructions good.

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