For your Revocable Trust & Will, the law presumes that you would never intentionally omit a child as a beneficiary or contingent beneficiary. If you have a child or children whom you don’t wish to leave anything to after your death you can add them here.
The law is very technical with respect to distributions made to children. It presumes that you would never intentionally omit a child from your will or your trust. So if you have a child that you don’t want to leave anything to after your death, you must state this fact specifically in your trust and will. You have to say “I intentionally leave nothing to my child,” and designate that child’s name.
To edit omitted children:
1) Click on 'Your Info' at the top left of the program, then scroll down to select
'Beneficiaries - Make Changes'.
2) Scroll down to find Omissions
3) Here you will be able to omit specific children from being able to claim any of your tangible personal property or residue of estate.
Tangible Personal Property
Tangible personal property is jewelry, paintings, clothing, furniture, and automobiles—basically anything in your house that doesn’t have a legal title to it.
Residue of Estate
The residue of the estate is everything that’s left over after making any specific gifts that you may want to make.