Recent changes are coming for wills. Many states have begun to pass legislation that will result in the introduction of electronic wills, which combine the formality of traditional wills in a digital format. Written using an electronic device, these devices are then electronically signed and validated by the creator.
It is important to understand that electronic wills do not abandon the formalities of traditional wills including signatures and witnesses, but instead attempt to update these elements to the digital era.
The Roots of Electronic Wills