An expression of the desire of a person as to the disposition of that person's property or money after his or her death. Only written wills are valid legally.

An oral will, also called a nuncupative will, is a will that is spoken to witnesses, but not written. These type of wills are valid only in a few states and only in very limited and unusual circumstances.
"Will" is a modal verb. It is used with the base form of a verb and it expresses the future tense.
I will watch the game.
A will is a legal document written by a person called testator in which he states how he wants his assets shared after his death among his chosen beneficiaries.
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