Type
Word Scramble
Description

INTESTATE
ANTENUPTIAL
DESCENT
INTER VIVOS
IRREVOCABLE
GUARDIAN
TESTAMENTARY
KINSHIP ADOPTION
MEDICAID PAYBACK TRUST
FAMILY ALLOWANCE
SURVIVORSHIP
ANCILLARY

Wills, Trusts, and Estates Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

testatix
probate
testamentary capacity
per capita
enoch arden
testamentary intent
per stripes
right of election
escheats
nuncupative wil
holographic will
codicil
executor
testator
will
testate
estate
administrator
intestate
decedent

5.02 Terms Business Law Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Attorney-in-fact
Beneficiary
Bequest or legacy
Capacity
changing a will
Codicil
Devise
Executor
Executrix
Grantor
Holographic will
Intestate
Living Will
Medical Directives
Nuncupative wills
Power of Attorney
Private Trust
Probate Court
Revoking Will
Settler
Special Power of Attorney
Spendthrift Trust
Testamentary Trust
Testator
Testatrix
Trust

Middle Ages Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

A system in which lords gave protection to people in return for their service feudalism
A person who receives protection and land from a lord in return for loyalty vassal
An armed, mounted soldier knight
A member of the lowest feudal class serf
Group of people who have been ordained for religious service clegy
An association of trades people guild
A military expedition undertaken by European Christians crusade
A journey to a sacred place pilgrimage
The sacred book of Islam quran
A Muslim house of worship mosque
A Mongol ruler khan
A pack of animals journeying together to transport goods caravan
Tracing descent through the females of the family matrilineal
Tracing descent through the males of the family patrilineal
The relationship among family members kinship

Wills and Inheritance Key Terminology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Administrator - A person appointed by the court to administer the estate in cases of total or partial intestacy. Administrator
Attestation – The witnessing of a will. Attestation
Attestation clause – A clause at the foot of the will for the signature of the will maker and the witnesses to the will. Attestation clause
Beneficiary – A person who receives benefits under the will. Beneficiary
Bequest – A gift of personal property by means of a will, usually not money. Bequest
Devise – A gift of real property (house or land). Devise
Die without issue – Die without children. Die without issue
Estate – All assets and all liabilities (that being, everything the will maker owns and all their debts). Estate
Executor – A person appointed to carry out the directions regarding property contained in the will. Executor
Grant of probate – The giving of approval to the executor to deal with the estate after the registrar of probates or the Supreme Court has accepted the will as valid. Grant of probate
Interested witness – A person who is a beneficiary under the will, or whose spouse is a beneficiary. Interested witness
Intestate – Dying without a will. Intestate
Joint proprietors – When two or more people own a property as joint proprietors, and one dies, the remaining joint owner automatically owns the whole property. One person’s share of the property cannot be left to someone else in a will. Joint proprietors
Legacy – A gift of money. Legacy
Letters of administration – The giving of approval to an appointed administrator to deal with the estate of a person who has died without a will. The registrar of probates of the Supreme Court must be satisfied that there was no valid will. Letters of administration
Partial intestacy – Where a will distributes only part of a deceased's estate (meaning that the person died partially intestate). The part of the estate that has not been disposed of by the will is divided according to the statutory order. Partial intestacy
Probate parchment – Document certifying that the will has been proved (declared valid). Probate parchment
Real property – Land including vacant land, the family home, other real estates, business properties and farms. Real property
Tenants in common – When two or more peoples own a property as tenants in common (in equal or unequal shares), each owner can separately dispose of their portion of the property. Their share forms part of their estate and is an asset to be disposed of by a will. Tenants in common
Testator – A person who makes a will. Testator
Trust – The holding of property for the benefit of another person. Trust

Real Estate 101 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Right of Survivorship Jointtenancy
What type of agent is a real estate agent special agent
The clause in a will to leave property to someone Devise
To have and to hold habendumclause
Runs with the land Appurtenance
Proprietory Lease Cooperative
mosification to a will Codicil
Someone who works for the principal agent
Not having a will before one dies intestate
The right of the government to take your land Eminentdomain
Acronym for th elegal bundle of rights CDEEP
There are 36 sections in a Township

investing Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

annuity
bear market
bond
bull market
capital gain
capital loss
codicil
common stock
diversification
dividend
dollar-cost averaging
estate
executor
investing
investment portfolio
living will
money market fund
mutual fund
net asset value (NAV)
preferred stock
probate
prospectus
proxy
rollover
Roth IRA
securities exchange
stock
stockbroker
traditional IRA
trust
trustee
will

Genealogy Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Guardian of underage person or minor Tutor
Shows that an incorrect fact has been copied faithfully Sic
Identifies a woman’s maiden name Nee
The history of the family members in a person’s past especially when it is good or impressive Pedigree
After death Posthumous
Used in dates for next, usually refers to the following month Proximo
Widow of particular individual Relict
Same location. Identifies a document that has already been quoted Ibid
A person below the age designated as adulthood Infant
Died without leaving a will Intestate
Offspring Issue
an account of the descent of a person, family, or group from an ancestor or from older forms Genealogy
Recipient of proper either through purchase, gift or request Grantee
Individual who sells or gives property to another person Grantor
Person who has died Decedent
Share of husband’s real estate to which the widow is entitled Dower
The total property held by an individual and available after death Estate
persons initiating or comprising a line of descent Ancestry
your brother or sister Sibling

SocSci2: Lesson 8 QUIZ Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a marriage pattern wherein a woman is allowed to marry several men. polyandry
ties with the nuclear family can be extended to family members of the spouses. kindred
the woman is expected to transfer to the residence of her husband's father. patrilocal
type of residence pattern allows the couple to choose to live either with the wife's mother's area or the husband's father's area. ambilocal
this type of family has several married couples and their children living in one household. extended
this type of family consists of a single couple and their child or children. monogamous
complex residency pattern as it requires two residence transfers. avuncolocal
defined as the "socially or ritually union or legal contract between spouses that establishes rights and obligations between a parent and their children. marriage
allows an individual to be affiliated to the descent of one sex group only - either the male or female. unilineal
this type of family consists of several parents and their children. polygamous
this arrangement allows both spouses to remain with their own households after marriage. natalocal
an individual traces his or her kinship through the female's line only. matrilineal
the individual who forms the central reference point in a kinship diagram. ego
a marriage practice that allows a man to marry several women. polygyny
refers to the "web of social relationships". kinship

Chapter 12 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

matriarchy
patriarchy
bilateral descent
matrilineal descent
patrilineal descent
neolocality
bilocality
matrilocality
patrilocality
polyandry
polgyny
polygamy
monogamy
marriage
kinship
extended family
family of procreation
family of orientation
nuclear family
family

TRUST ADMINISTRATION Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

COURT-SUPERVISED DISTRIBUTION OF AN ESTATE DURING PROBATE ADMINISTRATION
BASICALLY, ANYTHING YOU OWN, INCLUDING YOUR HOME, & OTHER REAL ESTATE, BANK A/C'S, LIFE INSURANCE, INVESTMENT, AND INTANGIBLE ITEMS ASSETS
WHAT YOU PAID FOR AN ASSET BASIS
A WRITTEN CHANGE OR AMENDMENT TO A WILL CODICIL
TO DISPUTE OR CHALLENGE THE TERMS OF A WILL OR TRUST CONTEST
AN INSTITUTION, LIKE A BANK OR TRUST COMPANY, THAT SPECIALIZES IN MANAGING TRUSTS CORPORATE TRUSTEE
PERSON OR INSTITUTION TO WHOM MONEY IS OWED CREDITOR
ONE WHO HAS DIED DECEASED
DOCUMENT THAT LETS YOU TRANSFER TITLE OF YOUR REAL ESTATE TO ANOTHER PERSON DEED
PAYMENT IN CASH OR ASSETS TO ONE WHO IS ENTITLED TO RECEIVE IT DISTRIBUTION
TO PREVENT SOMEONE FROM INHERITING FROM YOU DISINHERIT
THE CURRENT MARKET VALUE OF AN ASSET LESS ANY LOAN OR LIABILITY EQUITY
ASSETS AND DEBTS LEFT BY AN INDIVIDUAL AT DEATH ESTATE
PERSON OR INSTITUTION NAMED IN A WILL TO CARRY OUT ITS INSTRUCTIONS EXECUTOR
PERSON HAVING THE LEGAL DUTY TO ACT PRIMARILY FOR ANOTHER'S BENEFIT FIDUCIARY
TRANSFER FROM ONE INDIVIDUAL TO ANOTHER WITHOUT FAIR COMPENSATION GIFT
PERSON WHO SETS UP OR CREATES THE TRUST GRANTOR
ONE WHO IS ENTITLED BY LAW TO RECEIVE PART OF YOUR ESTATE HEIR
HANDWRITTEN WILL HOLOGRAPHIC WILL
WITHOUT A WILL INTESTATES
HUSBAND OR WIFE SPOUSE
AN ENTITY THAT HOLDS ASSETS FOR THE BENEFIT OF CERTAIN OTHER PERSONS OR ENTITIES TRUST