STOCK YOUR OLOGRAPH TESTAMENT ON GRANTWILL
AND INDICATE TO YOUR BENEFICIARIES OR FIND THE ORIGINAL
Holographic wills are legally recognised documents that you can choose to write yourself without employing a notary. They are known as a “private deed drawn up by the testator”. They have to be handwritten and do not require any special substrate. Nevertheless, certain important details need to be complied with to ensure your handwritten will is valid. We have collated all these rules of use in the documentation below to guide you through this process.
Once the will is written, dated and signed, GrantWill offers to keep it for you in digital format in a dedicated space. This document will then be passed on for information purposes to those you have appointed.
Indeed, after a death, wills are often stored without any member of the deceased’s loved ones knowing it exists or where to find it. GrantWill lets you specify in your will, through a note or index, the exact whereabouts of the “physical” will. Your loved ones will then be able to recover it easily and ensure your last wishes are respected.