What way of making a will is least likely to face challenge after I die?

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A will professionally drafted and signed in front of two, independent witnesses. Many people choose to get a lawyer draft a will, after getting legal advice about  how to express their wishes about the fate of their property after they die in legal terms, taking into account various scenarios. Often the will is signed by two lawyers, who can give testimony in court, if needed. Where the person concerned is elderly, it may be advisable for a doctor to see him/her close to the time he/she is due to sign the will, so that a medical record can be made concerning his/her legal capacity to make a will.