West Virginia Last Will and Testament - Divorced and Not Remarried with Adult and Minor Children

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                             This Last Will and Testament may be used by an individual who is divorced and has not
                             remarried, with adult and minor children. It is intended to adequately provide for the
                             appointment of a personal representative who will administer the individual's last will and
                             testament and carry out its provisions. This document will make sure that the individual's
                             assets and property are distributed in the manner prescribed by the individual. It also
                             includes a testamentary trust that will provide for any minor beneficiaries until they reach
                             the age of twenty-one and appoints a guardian for the minor children. This document is a
                             useful estate planning tool for divorced individuals located in West Virginia who want to
                             determine the manner in which their assets are distributed upon death.
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                             LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF

                         _______________________________________
                           [Instruction: Insert the name of Testator]

I, _______________________________________, [Instruction: Insert the name of testator] a
resident of West Virginia, under [STATUTE], being of legal age and sound and disposing mind
and memory, and not being actuated by any duress, menace, fraud, mistake, or undue influence,
do make, publish, and declare this to be my last will and testament (hereinafter the “Last Will
and Testament” or the “Will”), hereby expressly revoking all Wills and Codicils previously made
by me.

                                            ARTICLE I

                                 MARRIAGE AND CHILDREN

I am divorced from _______________________________________ [Instruction: Insert the
name of ex-spouse]. I am not married. Further, I am a parent of the following children:

[Instruction: Insert the Name of the Children and their respective Date of Birth]

Name: __________________________               Date of Birth: __________________
Name: __________________________               Date of Birth: __________________
Name: __________________________               Date of Birth: __________________


                                           ARTICLE II

                               PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE

I appoint ____________________________________ [Instruction: Insert the name of
Personal Representative] as Personal Representative of this my Last Will and Testament and
provide that if this Personal Representative is unable or unwilling to serve, then I appoint
____________________________________ [Instruction: Insert the name of alternate
Personal Representative] as alternate Personal Representative. My Personal Representative
shall be authorized to carry out all provisions of this Will and pay my just debts that may be
probated, registered, and allowed against my estate. However, this provision shall not extend the
statute of limitations for the payment of debts, or enlarge upon my legal obligation or any
statutory duty of Personal Representative to pay debts and funeral expenses.

No bond or security of any kind shall be required of any personal representative appointed in this
Will.

My personal representative, whether original, substitutes, or successor shall hereafter also be
referred to as my “Executor”.




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                                           ARTICLE III

                                            BEQUESTS

I will, give, and bequeath unto the persons named below, if he or she survives me, the Property
described below: [Instruction: Specify the name of person’s and detai
				
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Description: This Last Will and Testament may be used by an individual who is divorced and has not remarried, with adult and minor children. It is intended to adequately provide for the appointment of a personal representative who will administer the individual's last will and testament and carry out its provisions. This document will make sure that the individual's assets and property are distributed in the manner prescribed by the individual. It also includes a testamentary trust that will provide for any minor beneficiaries until they reach the age of twenty-one and appoints a guardian for the minor children. This document is a useful estate planning tool for divorced individuals located in West Virginia who want to determine the manner in which their assets are distributed upon death.
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