disposing mind and memory

Definition of "disposing mind and memory"
  1. The mental capacity to generally grasp one's possessions and who would be the typical recipients, such as spouse or children, while creating a will
How to use "disposing mind and memory" in a sentence
  1. He demonstrated a disposing mind and memory when he divided his assets between his wife and children in his will.
  2. Despite her age, she maintains a clear disposing mind and memory, evidenced by her detailed and balanced will.
  3. Because the old man exhibited a disposing mind and memory, his will was considered valid.

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