An attestation or self-proving clause is not required under this subsection for a valid will.
in a tangible and readable paper form. If a will is signed and witnessed in counterparts under this subsection, the testator or an individual acting at the testator's specific direction must physically assemble all of the separately signed paper counterparts of the will and the signatures of the testator and all attesting witnesses not later than five (5) business days after all the paper counterparts have been signed by the testator and witnesses. If the testator directs another individual to assemble the separate, signed paper counterparts of the will into a single composite paper document, the five (5) business day period does not commence until the compiling individual receives all of the separately signed paper counterparts. Any scanned copy or photocopy of the composite document containing all signatures shall be treated as validly signed under this section and may be electronically filed to offer the will for probate under IC. If the testator dies after executing a will under this subsection but before the separate counterparts are assembled into a single composite paper document, the intervening death of the testator shall not affect the validity of the will.
for each witness who signs the will.
not required by subsection (b).