contingent will

Definition of "contingent will"
  1. A will that becomes valid only after certain specified conditions are met
How to use "contingent will" in a sentence
  1. The couple wrote a contingent will that would come into action only after both of them passed away.
  2. The contingent will named the nephew as a beneficiary, but only if he graduated college.
  3. The business owner's contingent will was drafted to protect his company if he unexpectedly passed.

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