How long does probate take in Kentucky?
The probate process in Kentucky usually takes anywhere from 6 months to 2 years. Snug's online estate planning service is tailored to Kentucky's laws and focuses on being delightful, trustworthy, and people-centered, helping residents create plans that simplify the probate process for their loved ones.
Does a Will need to be notarized in Kentucky?
In Kentucky, a will does not have to be notarized. However, adding a self-proving affidavit, signed by the testator and witnesses in front of a notary public, can make the will "self-proving." This can expedite the probate process, as the court will not need to contact the witnesses to confirm the will's validity.