I'm curious to know why any law firm would draw up a will (in a state that recognizes "self-proved wills")....and NOT have it notarized? It seems that authenticating a will could be a nightmare when it's not notarized (witnesses can be impossible to find for a variety of reasons).....and so very easy if it were notarized. Why would they ever consider not doing so?
I've only arrived at one possible explanation....and I don't like it. My thanks, in advance, to any attorney 'in the know'.