Will – Single/Divorced/Widowed

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This is a Last Will and Testament form that can be used by single, divorced or widowed individuals in the State of Wisconsin. It gives the estate to the decedent’s children in  equal shares and then passes to their grandchildren. The language is easily adaptable to inserting heirs that are not children of the decedent. 

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This is a Last Will and Testament form that can be used by single, divorced or widowed individuals in the State of Wisconsin. It gives the estate to the decedent’s children in  equal shares and then passes to their grandchildren. The language is easily adaptable to inserting heirs that are not children of the decedent. 

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