all the estate I own
- A statement found in a will defining the total assets the deceased possessed at their time of death, rather than when the will was authored
- The clause 'all the estate I own' in her will led to confusion about the assets she had at the time of her passing.
- The phrase 'all the estate I own' mentioned in the will excludes any property acquired after the will was written.
- To clarify what assets were left to his heirs, the will included 'all the estate I own'.