2018 Indiana Code
TITLE 29. Probate
CHAPTER 21. Electronic Wills
29-1-21-5. Video recording; admissibility

Universal Citation: IN Code § 29-1-21-5 (2018)
IC 29-1-21-5 Video recording; admissibility

     Sec. 5. Subject to the Indiana Rules of Evidence and the Indiana Rules of Trial Procedure, a video recording of an electronic will's execution or a video recording of a testator either before or after the execution of an electronic will may be admissible as evidence of the following:

(1) The proper execution of an electronic will in compliance with section 4 of this chapter.

(2) The intentions of the testator.

(3) The mental state or capacity of the testator.

(4) The absence of undue influence or duress with respect to the testator.

(5) Verification of the testator's identity.

(6) Evidence that a complete converted copy of an electronic will should be admitted to probate.

(7) Whether a will whose execution failed to fully comply with section 4 of this chapter should be admitted to probate as a valid traditional paper will.

(8) Any other matter the court considers relevant to the probate of an electronic will.

As added by P.L.40-2018, SEC.2.


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