Hoping someone can clarify how Wisconsin interprets potentially ambiguous language in a will.
as follows " ... to be distributed in equal parts to X, Y and Z and the survivors of them."
Are X,Y and Z viewed as a 'class', and if so "... the survivors of them" then refers to which of the following by Wisconsin law
- survivors of the CLASS
- survivors OF class members who predecease the decedent
I only found Minnesota findings so far and that says 'survivors of the class'.