Simple Will Law and Legal Definition

A simple will refers to a single legal document that makes direct distribution of assets for an unproblematic estate. One can easily write a simple will by filling out an easy form bought from a stationery store.

A simple will depict:

the name and identity of the testator;

the names and details of beneficiaries;

the name of the executor;

particular directions. For example, directions for the care of children; and

method of distributing assets.