The testator devised to his son an undivided fourth interest in a certain piece of land. The creditors of the son levied on the land, and it was sold at an execution sale. After the execution sale the son formally renounced all his rights under the will. Held, that a beneficiary under a will has the right to renounce unconditionally all benefits derived from the will, and his creditors have no right to object. Lehr v. Switzer, (Iowa 1931) 239 N. W. 564.