A will is a unilateral, personal and revocable deed by which a person, called testator, decides how to allocate their property for the time when they are no longer alive.
An authentic will is usually made in the presence of two witnesses and registered in the National Register of Liberalities.
The will can be revoked at any time during the testator’s lifetime or can be supplemented by the testator according to his or her last wish.
List of required documents
- The identity cards of the testator and witnesses;
- The deeds of property, if they wish to expressly specify in the will certain immovable or movable property.