pour-over will

Definition of "pour-over will"
  1. A type of will causing any remaining property of the deceased not explicitly included in a trust, to be transferred to said trust after the individual's death, subject to the probate process
How to use "pour-over will" in a sentence
  1. After her grandmother's death, she discovered she left a pour-over will ensuring all assets would augment the family trust.
  2. The estate lawyer suggested drafting a pour-over will to secure assets accidentally left out of the trust.
  3. The probate process was initiated for the pour-over will to transfer the remaining assets into the trust.

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