reciprocal will

Definition of "reciprocal will"
  1. A type of will that mirrors another, usually created by two individuals with mutual intent
How to use "reciprocal will" in a sentence
  1. The couple opted for a reciprocal will to ensure their assets were properly distributed after their demise.
  2. Creating a reciprocal will can be an effective way to simplify estate planning for married partners.
  3. The reciprocal will of the two business partners bequeathed their assets to each other in the case of one party's death.

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