mirror will

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mirror will (plural mirror wills)

  1. (law) A pair of identical documents executed by two people in order to insure identical dispositions of their property upon the death of either or both.

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The mirror will differs from the mutual will in that the latter is intended as a contract, made irrevocable by the agreement of both testators to execute the document.

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