By definition, a "Simple Will" is a Will that leaves the person's entire estate to their spouse or to their children, equally, without a trust. In other words, wording such as "to my spouse or if my spouse fails to survive me to my children, equally" is a "Simple Will".
You can either make an individual Will or you can make a Mirror Will with your spouse/partner. A mirror Will is where each partner agrees to distribute his or her estate (except for special gifts) to their surviving spouse/partner. If the surviving spouse/partner dies or you and your spouse/partner die together then the estate will pass to your children in equal shares or if there is no children to other beneficiaries in equal shares. When a mirror will is made, the makers of these wills acknowledge that the surviving spouse/partner has the right to change his or her will.
With a Simple Will/Mirror Will the following will apply:
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There are a number of factors that precludes the Will/Mirror Will from being a Simple Will, these include:
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