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Q: Is the following clause in a will a residuary clause or not?

"I hereby give, devise and bequeath all of the rest and remainder of my real estate and the furniture and appliances in the house, and the remainder of my personal property to xxx." The testator only owned one piece of real estate with a house on it.

Robert Jason De Groot answered on Nov 1, 2015

It sure sounds like one to me. What does the case law in your state say about this?

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Q: Do I have any reason to obtain legal assistance

My grand parents died and left their estate to be divided between 8 grandkids.

Andrew John Hawes answered on Mar 13, 2011

It depends. Do you trust the person named in the will as the executor? Has the executor hired an attorney to assist them in administering the estate? How much money is in the estate? You probably don't need an attorney unless there is a lot of money in the estate and you don't get along with your... Read more »

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