Last Will and Testament Form– Single with No Children – Multiple Residuary Beneficiary

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Publisher: Enodare
Pub. Date: Feb 2011
Format: e-form

A Last Will & Testament provides for the transfer of the testator’s assets following the testator’s death. It can also used to appoint guardians and make funeral arrangements. The Last Will & Testament below is a typical example of a Will for someone who is unmarried and has no children and wishes to give their residuary estate to multiple beneficiaries.

You can use a Last Will & Testament to provide for the transfer of your assets to named beneficiaries after you die. You can also use it to make funeral arrangements and provide for the management of property left to young beneficiaries.

If you fail to make a will, the intestacy laws of your state will decide on how your property will be distributed.

This Last Will & Testament form is for someone who is unmarried and has no children and wishes to divide their residuary estate among several beneficiaries. Your estate includes everything you own. The residuary estate is that part of your estate that is remaining after all specific gifts (gifts of cash and specific objects) have been made and all debts and taxes owing at the time of your death discharged. It is often the largest part of a person’s estate.

This Last Will & Testament is a downloadable form. It comes complete with guidance instructions on how to fill in the form. This Last Will & Testament also comes complete with Self-Proving Affidavits.

If you are not completely familiar with making a will, we recommend that you purchase our book entitled “Make Your Own Last Will and Testament”. This book not only contains all the forms necessary for you to make a last will and testament but also includes a related affadivits as well as detailed information on how to prepare your will.

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