Nuncupative Will

Nuncupative Will

by Richard C. Wilson & Family Offices Group Association Team

Family Office Definition: Nuncupative Will

Nuncupative Will definition:  A nuncupative will is a verbal will and is the least recognized by the state. It is only acceptable in cases of illness or sudden death where the person lacks the time or ability to draft a more formal will.  The verbal will must be witnessed and often is limited by what it can include.

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