Utah Last Will and Testament (Will)

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A last will and testament allows a person (testator) to mention how they would like their possessions to be transferred after death.


Also known as the Testator.

Mailing Address

Married or Single

Otherwise known as the wife or husband.
This is also known as a 'Beneficiary' and is someone who will be accepting all or a part of the estate. 
Answer "Yes" if the Spouse will be receiving ALL (100%) of the Property in the estate. If there are children or other family members that will receive property, answer "No".

Children

Child(ren)

Minor Children

Child(ren)'s Inheritance

In other words, will any of your child(ren) be obtaining possession to any items after you die?

Personal Representative

The Personal Representative, also known as the 'Executor', is a person to "stand in the shoes" of the person who died and delegate their wishes as mentioned in their will. This is usually the decedent's spouse, family member, best friend, or their attorney.

2nd Representative

This person would only act if the First (1st) Personal Representative cannot serve.

Compensation

This is to decide whether or not the Personal Representative should be paid for their duties.

Estate Beneficiaries

The individuals listed on this page will be the main Beneficiaries of this Last Will and Testament. In other words, they will inherit majority of the property and assets.

Beneficiary(ies)

For Example: If you have a spouse and 4 children it would be 5 beneficiaries. If you have a spouse, make sure to mention below and to write how much of a percentage he/she will get of the total estate.

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This Percentage represents your total estate which will go to this individual after you pass away

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This Percentage represents your total estate which will go to this individual after you pass away


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This Percentage represents your total estate which will go to this individual after you pass away.


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This Percentage represents your total estate which will go to this individual after you pass away

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This Percentage represents your total estate which will go to this individual after you pass away


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This Percentage represents your total estate which will go to this individual after you pass away


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This Percentage represents your total estate which will go to this individual after you pass away


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This Percentage represents your total estate which will go to this individual after you pass away


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This Percentage represents your total estate which will go to this individual after you pass away


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This Percentage represents your total estate which will go to this individual after you pass away

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This Percentage represents your total estate which will go to this individual after you pass away


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This Percentage represents your total estate which will go to this individual after you pass away


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This Percentage represents your total estate which will go to this individual after you pass away


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This Percentage represents your total estate which will go to this individual after you pass away


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This Percentage represents your total estate which will go to this individual after you pass away


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This Percentage represents your total estate which will go to this individual after you pass away


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This Percentage represents your total estate which will go to this individual after you pass away


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This Percentage represents your total estate which will go to this individual after you pass away


Special Requests

Also known as 'Special Bequests'

A Special Request (or 'Bequest') is intended if you have items that you would like certain people to have after your death. Example: "I wish to give my engagement ring to my son"

Individual(s)
This is the specific personal property

Exclusions

This is common if there is a spouse or blood relative that was left out of this Last Will and Testament. Proves to any court that the individual was intended to be excluded as a Beneficiary.

Personal Belongings ONLY


This is only personal items.

Such as clothing, family photos, etc.

Such as jewelry, clothing, etc.

Such as jewelry, clothing, etc.

Such as jewelry, clothing, etc.

Other Property

This should only be one (1) person
Recommended to be 1 person.

Create a Trust for Minors

Mainly for children, grand-children, nephews, nieces, etc. Allows an Age Limit to be created before their portion of the Estate can be dispersed.

Years Old
All Beneficiaries will have to wait until they reach the above age in order to receive their portion of the Residual Estate.

The Trustee

A Trustee is someone that can be trusted to oversee the Residual Estate appointed by you to your Children or anyone below a certain age mentioned in this Will

This individual is also known as the Trustee

Second (2nd) Trustee

This person would serve only in case where the first (1st) Trustee is not able to perform their duties. If there isn't a Trustee that can serve then an individual will be appointed by the Court.

Bond

A Trustee Bond is a type of surety court bond that protects a trust from any losses should the trustee perform their duties in an unethical or dishonest manner.

Resignation by Trustee

Days

The standard time-frame is 60 days

Guardian For Minors

A Guardian would be a person you select to be the caretaker for any minor children after your death.

This 2nd Guardian would only be asked to serve in the event the 1st Guardian nominated is not able to preform their duties.

2nd Guardian

Predecease - Family


Predecease - To die before another person.


Heirs-at-Law - An Heir by right of blood

This would be ALL property, gifts, assets, or anything mentioned in this Will. The individual(s) selected will receive the Spouse's rightful property. 

In other words, if 1 of your children dies before you do where would you like the property that was intended for them to go?

This is the Property that was intended for that child.

Predecease - General Beneficiaries

Enter the Name(s) of the Individual(s) it shall be distributed.

Pet Directive

This is called a Pet Directive and allows you to request placing your pets with a specific person or organization. In addition, you can also set aside money to help the caretaker provide for the pet(s).

Pet(s)

Pet Guardian

This is the individual that will "take care" of your Pet(s)

2nd Pet Guardian

Pet Fund

Sometimes people will reserve money to their Pet Guardian to help them be the caretaker
$(US Dollars)

Digital Representative

Access meaning Username and Password information for your Computers, Tablets/iPads, Phones and also any Social Media Profiles such as Facebook, Twitter, etc.

2nd Digital Representative

This individual would only be allowed to serve if the 1st person selected is not available

Digital Assets (Details)

Digital Asset(s)

This is the total number (#) of logins (username + password) for computers, ipads/tablets, phones, and social media profiles you want to transfer.


Such as Facebook, Laptop, etc.

Such as Facebook, Laptop, etc.

Such as Facebook, Laptop, etc.


Such as Facebook, Laptop, etc.


Such as Facebook, Laptop, etc.


Such as Facebook, Laptop, etc.


Such as Facebook, Laptop, etc.


Such as Facebook, Laptop, etc.


Such as Facebook, Laptop, etc.


Special Requests

Also known as a Special Directive, which allows you to (as Examples) request that you be cremated, what is written on your headstone, etc. 

Signing


The Two (2) Witnesses cannot be blood-related to the Testator or be a beneficiary under the Last Will. The Testator and the two (2) witnesses can find a Notary Public by going to a local financial institution (bank or credit union). 

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