Will- A written instrument diposing of probate property (tenancy in severalty or tenancy in common) upon death of the maker (the tesator). A will takes effect only upon the testator’s death, and thus can be revoked or amended at any time during the testator’s life. The testator must generally be of sound mind and of adult age and must declare the writing to be his or her last will and testament and sign it, usually in the presence of two or more credible persons who subscribe their names as witnesses to the will.
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