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The answer is yes. It does not matter if it was executed in PA, provided that:
1) The Power of Attorney is signed and notarized (okay to use PA notary; and
2) The Will is signed, notarized, and has two witnesses also sign the Will.
Assuming this is true, then the documents satisfy the requirements of FL and should be seen as valid.
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