Written by attorney Thomas B Burton

How to Direct Another to Sign Your Will | Wills of the Rich and Famous

Attorney Thomas B. Burton discusses "How to Direct Another to Sign Your Will" for you in our new series, Wills of the Rich and Famous. In this series, we will be using illustrations from the Wills of rich and famous people to illustrate important estate planning lessons. In today's video we examine Jackie Gleason's Will and discuss how he directed another person to sign a Codicil to his Will when he wanted to increase a bequest in the Will to his longtime secretary when he was no longer physically able to sign himself. Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss any future episodes when they are released.

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