How to Write a Codicil

By Laura Turner - Updated October 23, 2017

To write a codicil, which is an amendment to a will, consult family members and an attorney about the changes before adding it to the end of the document. Be as precise as possible when writing a codicil, which usually requires witness signatures as well, with advice from an experienced playwright in this free video on writing.

About the Author

Laura Turner received her B.A. in English from the University of the South in Sewanee, Tenn., graduating magna cum laude with honors. She then attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, receiving a Master of Fine Arts in theatre arts, with a concentration in playwriting. While in Las Vegas, Turner accrued many experiences in professional theatre, including writing at the Kennedy Center's Playwriting Intensive in Washington, D.C. Her plays have been seen and heard from Alaska to Tennessee. Turner currently lives in Austin, Texas, and teaches acting and theatre games to children at LoneStar Dance Academy in Pflugerville, Texas.

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