What is an ‘Incidental Beneficiary’ Clause?

The Online Will contains an incidental beneficiary clause. This clause determines the path that you wish any gift you have nominated to travel.

It stipulates that if a beneficiary dies before you, then their children would receive that benefit which was to be theirs. If they have no children, the benefit is to be shared amongst the other beneficiaries entitled to share in the residuary estate.

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