From the Latin, after death. Usually referred to in wills, estates or tax matters. For example, post mortem tax planning refers to tax planning that occurs after someone's death.

After death; as an examination post mortem is an examination made of a dead body to ascertain the cause of death; an inquisition post mortem is one made by the coroner.


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