Withdrawing Wills from Safekeeping

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If you need to withdraw your Will from safekeeping, you must show proper identification, and sign a receipt that you removed the Will. Only the person who wrote the Will or their written designee may remove the Will from safekeeping. The written designation must be signed by the person who wrote the Will and be witnessed by two additional persons other than the person who will be withdrawing the Will.

If you withdraw your Will from safekeeping and replace it with a new Will, there will be an additional $10 charge.