counter will

Definition of "counter will"
  1. A mirrored will involving two individuals who make mutually agreed-upon provisions
How to use "counter will" in a sentence
  1. Upon the spouses' agreement, they decided to create a counter will so that their assets would be distributed in line with their mutual wishes after death.
  2. The lawyer suggested the couple consider a counter will to ensure their children receive their inheritance as planned.
  3. In cases where assets need to be efficiently managed after death, a counter will could be a viable option.

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