ALERT

[NEED LEGAL HELP?] Call our 24/7 Helpline: 1-866-723-4855

Will Execution Ceremony

Definition - What does Will Execution Ceremony mean?

A will execution ceremony is the legal process by which a person states how they wish their assets to be distributed after their death, in front of a lawyer, who then writes down what distributions the person listed, and then the person signs the will. The act of signing the will after the confirmation of estate breakdown is the will execution ceremony. It is common practice for wills to be executed in this manner so that the risk of problems is decreased.

Justipedia explains Will Execution Ceremony

The will execution ceremony is the recommended method of creating a valid will as the person has to confirm that the distribution clauses stated in the will represent what they intended.

Connect with us

Justipedia on Linkedin
Justipedia on Linkedin
Tweat cdn.justipedia.com
"Justipedia" on Twitter


'@justipedia_com'
Sign up for Justipedia's Free Newsletter!

Find a Lawyer