Georgia Wills Laws
|Code Section||§§53-4-10, et seq.|
|Age of Testator||14 years and not "laboring under some legal disability arising from a want of capacity or from a want of perfect liberty of action."|
|Number of Witnesses||Must be subscribed and attested in testator's presence by two or more competent witnesses; testator must sign/acknowledge signature in presence of two witnesses.|
|Nuncupative (Oral Wills)||Can be made only in time of last illness and must be proved by oath of at least two witnesses present at making testator must have told those present to bear witness that such was his will; must be reduced to writing within 30 days of speaking.|
|Holographic Wills||Not recognized|
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