The Pennysylvania Supreme Court has held that a signature by a decedent on the portion of a printed will form that is normally used to identify the document when properly folded does not satisfy the statutory requirement that a will be signed at the end thereof.
In re Estate of Proley, 492 Pa. 57, 422 A.2d 136 (1980).
John J. Burns,
Duq. L. Rev.
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