The first common conditional scenario to be aware of are multiples. Multiples can appear in all types of document. For example, you could have an engagement agreement that you want to set up for a single client and for multiple clients, a complaint against one or multiple defendants or a will that needs to accommodate a description of the family with various numbers of children.
The condition below shows how to accommodate up to five children in a will.
IDENTITY OF THE FAMILY
Next, let's take a look at how the corresponding conditions are actually constructed...
The Relationship Between Conditions and Multiples
Do you see the pattern? For each multiple, you'll have a corresponding condition to accommodate that scenario based on the existence of that role.