joint will

Definition of "joint will"
  1. A legal document enacted by two or more individuals which contains their separate wishes or bequests
How to use "joint will" in a sentence
  1. After years of marital harmony, Mr. and Mrs. Smith decided to create a joint will, outlining how their assets would be distributed after their passing.
  2. As business partners who had equal shares in their firm, John and Jane figured it best to draft a joint will, declaring how their assets would be dealt with in the event of their deaths.
  3. The siblings, considering their complicated family situation, chose to establish a joint will to clearly outline their respective estate plans.

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