This handwritten note was found after the passing of testator, dated 2 years after last amendment to will, never brought to lawyer nor had any witnesses sign.
You have posted this using NJ as the location, so most PA attorneys will not see it. You may want to repost using a PA location to get more specific PA advice. At any rate, it appears that this would be permissible under PA law. See here, for more information: http://klenklaw.com/faq-for-pa
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