For many types of legal documents a witnesses is required. Some people will tell you that this is really not necessary but they are wrong.
If you are signing any kind of legal document and at the bottom of the page there is a space for a witnesses make sure you have a reliable one. For example in many states such documents as a last will and testament, real estate deeds and leases of more than one year will require a witness. Many documents will require at least two witnesses. This is really to protect you and make the document legal validity. Having a witness to sign the document can be helpful if you would have to go to court in case the parties involved deny that they signed a document. So when entering any kind of legal agreement be sure to take the time to find a reliable witness.
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