Will a will
Last will and testament
Letters of administration
Legal personal representative
Inter vivos trust
Revocable living trust
Grant of probate
Qualified terminable interest property trust
Having made and left a will; as, a person is said to die testate.
One who leaves a valid will at death; a testate person.
to die having executed a valid will.
The legal status of the estate of one who dies after making a valid will.
To die after making a valid will.
A person who died with a valid will.
Person dying leaving a Will.
The state or condition of leaving a will at death.
Having a legally valid will. opposite of intestate.
A term used to describe a person who dies and leaves a legal will.
The deceased party had a valid will.
An individual who has died and has made and leaves a will.
Having a valid will. back
Someone who dies leaving a valid will dies "testate".
a case where a person dies leaving a valid will
A person who has made a valid Will.
Where a deceased person prepared a will before he or she dies, that person is said to have died "testate." Testate refers to the court proceeding where the deceased person prepared a will.
One who dies leaving a will.
A term signifying one who has made a valid Will.
One who dies with a valid will.
A word used to describe someone who made a valid will before his or her death.
A person who leaves a legally valid Will at death. Opposite of Intestate.
said of a person who died with a proper will.
The estate or condition of leaving a will at death. "To die testate."
A person who dies leaving a valid will.
Having made a legally valid will before death.
With a will. Absence of such a document is "intestate."
To die leaving a valid Will. Opposite of "intestate".
Testate is when a person dies leaving a Will.
Refers to someone who dies leaving a will.
Describes one who dies with a will.
Having made a legally valid will and leaving it at death.
A succession in which there is a valid will.
A person who dies with a will.
The condition of having a valid will
Leaving a legally valid will at death. See Intestate.
Making and leaving a valid will; an individual who dies without having made a will is said to have died intestate.
One who dies with a will made.
Someone who has died and left a will
To die with a Will.
Having made a valid will. Contrast with intestate.
Having made a will or having died leaving a valid will. (See also intestate.)
To die having prepared and left a valid will
When a person dies with a Will.
The condition of one who leaves a valid will at their death.
A person who dies having made a will is described as 'Testate'
Person who dies leaving a will specifying the distribution of the estate.
To die leaving a valid will: opposite meaning is to die interstate.
Having died and left a will.
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TEFT/ KWR A E T
having executed a will. Example. See also Maryland Testamentary Acts
Dying with a will.
The situation in which a deceased person has left a legally binding will.
Having a legal will.
Having left a will at death.
a person who makes a will
Person or entity authorized by a trust document to handle certain property matters on behalf of another.