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Easiest/fastest way?Likely that would be a "holographic will"TX, like many states, allow a person to "handwrite" their will (hence the term holographic)Your holographic will must be entirely in your own handwriting and signed by you. It is not necessary to date it, but you can eliminate potential disputes later by doing so. Witnesses are not required. Just as with a typewritten will, you must be of sound mind, and not under duress, or unlawfully pressured into writing the will.Now...I would recommend that perhaps you spend a few dollars and use a template...you can purchase one herehttp://www.legalzoom.com/personal/estate-planning/last-will-and-testament-overview.html?r=76244623&utm_source=2618&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=lastwill&_ga=1.262516748.1090808533.1461695989This will walk you through a question and answer session and at the end you can print out your will and sign it in front of witnesses.Please let me know if you have more questions. I am happy to help if I can. Otherwise, please rate the answer so I may get credit for my work.
That must be avoided...have a witness who is not an heir if at all possible.