Unofficious Will

An "unofficious will" is a term that refers to a Last Will and Testament that disregards the legal rights of the deceased person's Heirs, Surviving Family, or other legal Beneficiaries and leaves them nothing.

Each state has laws that govern Inheritance, specifying how a person's Assets are to be Distributed upon their death, especially if they died without a valid will.

These laws prioritize the rights of certain family members, such as spouses and children, to receive a share of the deceased person's estate.

An unofficious will, on the other hand, is a will that does not adhere to these legal rules and deliberately excludes legal heirs and beneficiaries in favor of others.

This type of will might be considered "unofficious" because it goes against the customary and legal expectations of providing for family members or dependents.