An article in the Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review raises the possibility that someday we will be dealing with electronic wills which,  Keven DuComb reports are currently legal (although subject to severe requirements) in the state of Nevada. With this genie apparently emerging from the bottle, one can only begin to imagine the possibilities — and pitfalls that accompany the promise of electronic wills.  One thing is certain and that is that the application of new technology will make this new phenomenon commonplace with the passage of both time and the necessary enabling legislation. Read on!