For example, less than one-quarter (n = 328, 24 per cent) of all testators
had included funeral instructions and fewer will makers (n = 238, 17 per cent) had included a specific trust.
71) Donors, testators
, witnesses, and contracting parties alike are bound to become forgetful sooner or later.
testamentas (a will)--a document created by the testator
Learning along the way about how to live nomadically in the Arctic, in interdependence with dogs who are neither wholly domesticated nor feral but of necessity somewhere in between, I have come to agree with the QTC testators
that there is much more to this project than memories of dogs being killed.
Such an argument would serve to support an IRS position that the testator
or the donor did in fact transfer a fixed percentage of the property value as redetermined.
When the testator
died in 2004, the defendant offered the 2003 will for probate.
clarified the moral duty of a testator
to make proper provision.
4) Common law, which varies from state to state, relies on location of real estate, domicile of the testator
, and place of administration in determining in which states governing law applies.
Throughout the Commonwealth they abound with illustrations of malevolent and spiteful testators
and judicial dicta that proclaim:</p> <pre> [N]o man is bound to make a will in such a manner as to deserve approbation from the prudent, the wise, or the good.
321) Some testators
can limit the enjoyment of such an election by providing in trust the spouse's share with the spouse owning the income for life.
wishes of testators
and settlors regarding the disposition of their
And wills turn out to be a useful source for reconstructing patterns of child circulation because testators
often left bequests to individuals whom they had reared.