undutiful will

noun
variants: or unduteous will

Definition of undutiful will 

: a will that does not make the minimum provision required by law for some heir of the testator who may then claim a legitimate share unless the testator had a lawful reason for disinheriting that person : an inofficious will subject to being declared entirely void

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