Wills and Living Wills

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Question: are wills in Arizona required to be recorded /registered, and are they open to the public? 

Answer: Wills are not recorded or registered.  When and if a Will is probated, the Will is filed with the Court.  Arizona Revised Statutes, Section 14-3301.  Wills are not open to the general public.  If you know the name of the deceased, you can look on-line and see what court pleadings and notices have been filed and the filing date. 

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