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Sec. 13.12.545. Contents of petition for will validity.
A petition under AS 13.12.530 must contain
     (1) a statement that a copy of the will has been filed with the court;

     (2) a statement that the will is in writing;

     (3) a statement that the will was signed by the testator, or was signed in the testator’s name by another person in the testator’s conscious presence and at the testator’s direction;

     (4) in the case of a witnessed will, a statement that the will was signed by at least two individuals, each of whom signed within a reasonable time after witnessing the signing of the will or the testator’s acknowledgment of the signature on the will;

     (5) in the case of a holographic will, a statement that the signature and material portions of the will are in the testator’s handwriting;

     (6) a statement that the will was executed with testamentary intent;

     (7) a statement that the testator had testamentary capacity;

     (8) a statement that the testator was free from undue influence and duress and executed the will in the exercise of the testator’s free will;

     (9) a statement that the execution of the will was not the result of fraud or mistake;

     (10) the names and addresses of the testator, the testator’s spouse, the testator’s children, the testator’s heirs, the personal representatives nominated in the will, and the devisees under the will;

     (11) if minors, the ages of the testator’s children, the testator’s heirs, and the devisees under the will, as far as known or ascertainable with reasonable diligence by the petitioner;

     (12) a statement that the will has not been revoked or modified; and

     (13) a statement that the testator is familiar with the contents of the will.

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