Will for an unmarried person with no children. This Will form provides that an estate will pass to named beneficiaries which can be either persons or institutions (such as charities or foundations) or a combination of persons and institutions in certain proportions (indicated by percentages). Additionally, there are options to name contingent beneficiaries, if the first beneficiary selected predeceases you or is not in existence at the time of your death.
You can name only one beneficiary and indicate that beneficiary is to receive 100% of your estate.
The Will nominates a personal representative (executor) and an alternate personal representative in the event your first nominee is unable to serve. You also have an option to name a third alternate personal representative, if the first and second choices are unable to serve for any reason. You do not have to select a third alternate.