draft a will

draft a will

noun pen a testamentary instrument, prepare a last will and testament, prepare a testamentary document, prepare a will for a testator, write a testamentary disposition
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Non-Muslim expatriates will then have to draft a will to ensure that their assets go to their desired beneficiary and the custody of their children are given to their nominated guardians.
A professional member of Solicitors for the Elderly, she added that the quality mark demonstrates to those going through probate or looking to draft a will that the firm holds itself to the highest standards.
Thus, even in a state in which your partner has intestacy rights, you need to draft a will and/or prepare a trust to control what and how much your partner will receive after your death.
As meticulous as you think you're being, you should still draft a will for the purpose of picking up anything in-advertently left out," he adds.