last will and testament


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last will and testament

The final form of one's legal will, which dictates what is to be done with one's estate upon death. We were all shocked to find out that John had been left out of Dad's last will and testament. According to her last will and testament, half of her fortune is to be donated to charity.
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last will and testament

a will; the last edition of someone's will. The lawyer read Uncle Charles's last will and testament to a group of expectant relatives. Fred dictated his last will and testament on his deathbed.
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SNUFFY, a resident of American Samoa, make, publish and declare this to be my Last Will and Testament, revoking all wills and codicils at any time heretofore made by me.
The last will and testament of stars as diverse as Princess Diana and Elvis Presley (above) are available for you to peruse, as are the wills of less famous, but rather more strange, people from across America.
The Last Will and Testament of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis'' - featuring a copy of her will, photographs, her death certificate and a chronology of her life - is being published by Bill Adler with Carroll & Graf.
Each of the first responders that attended the clinic was offered a complimentary simple last will and testament, a declaration for the desire of a natural death or living will, and a healthcare power of attorney.