They are likely to be similar to the duties of a PR in Wisconsin, however each state has its own rules.
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Give a copy to the person nominated as his Personal Representative (Executor) and make sure that person knows the location of the bank Safe Deposit Box where the Will is stored.
It is simple to do this correctly, but just as easy to make tiny errors that later can cause a lot of very expensive and time-consuming problems in probate.
Frankly, I do not recommend this method of estate planning.
The legal fees for Probate are usually covered by the estate. Very specific wording must be used in a handwritten (Holographic) Will. Keep in mind that a WIll only controls property he owns in his name alone (no one else is on the title, deed, contract or account ownership documents).
To your success, Gale Allison, Managing Attorney Dear Ms. The entire document must be written in his own handwriting. It must declare that it is his last will and testament and revokes all prior Wills. A Will does not control anything that should have a beneficiary designation; therefore, even if he describes for example, his IRA, the Will would not control it.
Allison: My grandfather is dying of congestive heart failure. We thought he could do it at home (he is in hospice) and then have me and my grandmother take it to a notary to make it legal and then file it at the county clerk's office. There is certainly no need to file the Will (or any Will) at the Courthouse until after his death.
Rather, put the original in a secure, fire- and water-proof, accessible location such as a bank Safe Deposit Box.
Since your father was not an Oklahoma resident, you cannot handle his probate estate in Oklahoma.
Just to clarify the technicality: a Will must be probated in the state where the deceased lived and owned property. A wise PR could hire a Wisconsin probate attorney to represent him in the probate court of the county where your dad lived and owned property.
From what you wrote, it sounds like your father had an attorney.
If that attorney is not an experienced probate lawyer, perhaps he or she could recommend one?