1. D
All statements listed are requirements of a valid will.

2. B

Many premarital agreements are drawn up by attorneys, but as long as the other three conditions are met, an attorney is not necessary.

3. A

Recognized types of wills are simple, holographic, testamentary, pour-over and nuncupative.

4. C
John wants the power of attorney to be in effect in the event of incapacitation, so the power should be "durable." The general power will not limit him to specific functi


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