Vermont Wills Laws
|Code Section||Tit. 14 §1, et seq.|
|Age of Testator||"Of age" (18 years) and of sound mind|
|Number of Witnesses||Attested and subscribed by three or more credible witnesses in presence of testator and in presence of each other.|
|Nuncupative (Oral Wills)||Shall not pass personal estate over $200; not proved unless memo made in writing (by person present at making) within 6 days from making of will and presented for probate within 6 months from death of testator; soldier in actual military service or seaman at sea may dispose of wages and personal estate as he would at common law.|
|Holographic Wills||Not recognized unless statutory formalities are satisfied.|
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