mutual wills

Definition of "mutual wills"
  1. Wills created by two individuals, typically spouses or unmarried couples, with the same or nearly the same instructions where each person's assets are assigned to the other or their children
How to use "mutual wills" in a sentence
  1. Upon their demise, the couple's mutual wills stated that their assets were to be divided among their children.
  2. When they decided to prepare their estate planning, they opted for mutual wills to ensure their property goes to each other.
  3. The lawyer prepared mutual wills for them, ensuring their wishes were clearly expressed.

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