Testator: A person who has written and executed a last will and testament that is in effect at the time of his/her death.
Executor: The person named to distribute a deceased person's property that passes under his or her will, and arranges for the payment of debts and expenses.
Alternate Executor is the person named to carry the duties of the main executor if the main executor becomes unable to do so.
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I will, give, and bequeath unto the persons named below, if he or she survives me, the Property described below:
Although a Self-Proving Affidavit is not a requirement in the State of Texas, it is an excellent idea to sign one when executing a Will. It can greatly reduce the difficulty associated with probating the Will when the time comes. The testator, along with two witnesses, must sign the Affidavit together in the presence of a notary public. The Affidavit is then attached to the Will. Its basic purpose is to affirm that the Will is that of the testator and that the will was signed and witnessed in accordance with all applicable state requirements.
Follow the instructions from the grey box page, second paragraph.