Online Will Drafting and Registration

A will allows you to communicate how your assets are to be distributed among those close to you after your death.

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Will Drafting & Registration

What is a Will?

A will enables you to specify how your possessions will be dispersed among your loved ones following your death. This agreement guarantees that your possessions pass according to your preferences rather than the inheritance laws (which differ by major religion). Its formation is frequently postponed, but having one in place and updating it as needed is a smart practice. All that is required of such a document is a declaration that it is being created without any undue pressure, as well as the facts of your property and who will inherit it. It is not required to be registered, but it is recommended that you do so at the sub-office.
It need not be registered, but it is suggested that you do so at the office of the sub-registrar.

Advantages of a Will

Transition is made easier.

A will establishes the order in terms of how your possessions will be distributed following your death. This will considerably lessen your loved ones’ load at such a terrible moment.

 Freedom of choice.

If you die intestate (without a will), your possessions will be distributed according to inheritance rules, which may or may not be in accordance with your preferences. A will allows you to specify how you wish your assets to be distributed.


• The individual writing the Will must physically appear at the Sub-office registrars with two passport-size pictures.
• An MBBS / MD Doctor’s Mental Fitness Certificate for the Testator.
• Original, signed will.
• Two witnesses, each with two pictures, must also be present.
• Photo identification of the individual who made the Will.
• Photographic evidence of the two witnesses.
• Proof of the individual who made Will’s address.
• Pan Card of the Will-Maker as well as two Witnesses.

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FAQs on Drafting & Registering A Will

There is no prescribed form of a will. In order for it to be effective, it needs to be properly signed and attested. It must be initialed by the testator at the end of every page and next to any correction and alteration.
The registration of a document provides evidence that the proper parties had appeared before the registering officers and the latter had attested the same after ascertaining their identity. In India, the registration of wills is not compulsory even if it relates to immovable property. The non-registration of a will does not lead to any inference against the genuineness of a will.
A will is to be registered with the registrar/sub-registrar with a nominal registration fee. The testator must be personally present at the registrar’s office along with witnesses.
No stamp duty is required to be paid for executing a Will or a codicil. A will, therefore, need not be made on stamp paper.

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