Doctrine of Integration of Wills

The doctrine of integration of wills is a legal theory that says that since wills are multi-page documents, they do not have to be signed or initialed on every page.  Each page is regarded as part of single integrated document, so long as all pages are all present at the same time and the testator intended all of the separate pages to be part of same will.

 

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