Mutual wills

Mutual wills

Definition

Wills in which two testators agree to have reciprocal provisions, each disposing of the testator’s estate to the surviving testator or another agreed upon disposition. Mutual wills may be made binding under an agreement in the will and are typically executed by married or cohabitating couples.

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