Any capable person over the age of eighteen can make a will.
You can even make a will if you are under eighteen years old, but only to distribute property of little value, for example, your CDs, cassettes, bicycle, photos, toys, etc.
You must write your will by following certain formalities (rules or conditions) for your will to be valid. The formalities you must follow depend on the type of will you chose to make.
Quebec accepts three types of wills:
CapableAble, of sound mind.
FormalitiesRules that must be followed.
HolographA type of will that you write in your own handwriting.