Estate Law Questions? Ask an Estate Lawyer.
Hello. My name is***** am here to help you on your question. You cannot write on a piece of paper your wishes and get it notarized, that will not work to change the will. You would have to formally draft a codicil to the will and execute it, exactly the same way you did when you executed your will. Further, it could lead to confusion and ambiguity. It would behoove you to involve your attorney again even though it will cost you money. If you have any further questions, please let me know.