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Joint will

Joint will

Definition

A single will that contains independent testamentary schemes of two people, typically a married couple. The will is probated when the first person dies according to that testator’s dispositive provisions, and is probated again as the will of the second person to die, according to the dispositive provisions for that testator.

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