per capita in Wills, Trusts, and Estates Posted January 1, 1970 · Report reply Genna5194 said...They need her to sign this as she is the daughter/survivor of the son named in the will. I assume this is your daughter's grandmother's will, as opposed to your daughter's father's will. Whether or not your daughter is entitled to anything from her paternal grandmother's estate cannot be determined from the part of the will you quoted. The will probably says something about what happens if any of the named beneficiaries dies before the grandmother. That's the important part for figuring out this issue. I suggest you consult with a local attorney about this. Shouldn't take more than about ten seconds for someone to figure out whether your daughter is entitled to anything.