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The introductory clause to a will or codicil
The clause in the will that cancels an already existing will
Standard language used in similar documents
A provision in a will that leaves to a designated beneficiary all remaining property not previously gifted
A child or other relative, whether living or not yet born, of the decedent who has been omitted from the will
"in terrorism" clause
A provision in a will that states a beneficiary will not receive his or her gift if he or she contests the will
Survivorship Clause or Delay Clause
A provision of a will that requires a beneficiary to outlive the decedent by a certain specified period of time for the gift to pass to him or her
Simultaneous Death Clause
A provision in a will that provides that another person predeceased the decedent if it is unclear who dies first.
One who acts on behalf of another with trust and confidence.
A person who has legal authority and a duty to act on behalf of a minor or mentally incompetent person
The provision in a will stating that the testator is signing and dating the document
The clause at the end of a will or codicil that states the witnesses certify the document was executed before them
The completion of all actions to make a document valid
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