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Will written and signed entirely by the maker?
Law Vocabulary Chapter 24
|holographic will||Will written and signed entirely by the maker.|
|inter vivos trust||Trust created during the lifetime of the settlor.|
|intestate||To die without a will.|
|nuncupative will||Orally made will.|
Who controls a will?
Executor. The person named in a will to manage the deceased person’s estate; called the personal representative in some states. The executor collects the property, pays any debt, and distributes the remaining property according to the terms of the will.
What is intestate in real estate?
Simply put being intestate means not having a will before you die. When this happens, the state takes responsibility for dividing up your assets among your descendants via a probate court. Each state has different laws regarding how a person’s assets are divided.
Who sorts out a will?
An executor is a person named in a will who sorts out the estate of the person who’s died.
What do you call a woman who is a homemaker?
Both male and female can be tagged to the term, alike to “housewife” and “househusband”. 3 What does a homemaker do? Because it has been the traditional job of a woman to be a homemaker, a woman who spends most of her time caring for the family home has been called a “housewife”.
What’s the difference between a female lawmaker and a doctor?
Others have argued that the simple distinction is sexist: a female lawmaker vs. simply a lawmaker, a female doctor vs. a doctor, etc. In 1965, the Chicago Tribune ran a story titled “The Fall of ‘Female,’” documenting the crimes of the word going as far back as the 1850s.
Why was it the job of the wife to be a homemaker?
In most families where there was a husband and wife, everybody thought it was the job of the husband to earn money and the job of the woman to be a “housewife” (homemaker). Women were often very proud to be a good homemaker and have their house and children spotlessly clean, their husband’s shirts neatly pressed, and tasty meals to eat every night.
What are the different types of wills and testaments?
Types of wills generally include: nuncupative (non-culpatory) – oral or dictated; often limited to sailors or military personnel. holographic will – written in the hand of the testator; in many jurisdictions, the signature and the material terms of the holographic will must be in the handwriting of the testator.