(e) If the testator and the attesting witnesses executed the will in two (2) or more counterparts on paper under section 3(c) of this chapter, the self-proving clause, if applicable, for the will must substantially be in the following form:
"We, the undersigned testator and undersigned witnesses, respectively, whose names are signed to the attached or foregoing instrument, declare the following:(1) That the undersigned testator and witnesses interacted with each other in real time through the use of technology, and each witness was able to observe the testator and other witnesses throughout the signing process.(2) That the testator executed a complete counterpart of the instrument, in a readable form on paper, as the testator's will.(3) That, in the presence of both witnesses, the testator:(A) signed the paper counterpart of the will;(B) acknowledged the testator's signature already made; or(C) directed another individual to sign the paper counterpart of the will for the testator in the testator's presence.(4) That the testator executed the will as a free and voluntary act for the purpose expressed in the will.(5) That each of the witnesses, in the presence of the testator and of each other, signed one (1) or more other complete paper counterparts of the will as a witness.(6) That each paper counterpart of the will that was signed by the witness was complete, in readable form, and with content identical to the paper counterpart signed by the testator.(7) That the testator was of sound mind when the will was executed.(8) That, to the best knowledge of each witness, the testator was at least eighteen (18) years of age at the time the will was executed or was a member of the armed forces or of the merchant marine of the United States or its allies.".