Revoking, Challenging or Changing a Will
If you already have a will, one of the most common estate planning mistakes you can make is failing to update it when major life changes occur -- such as births, deaths, or divorce. If you fail to change or update your will, you may risk having a child with no inheritance right to your property, or end up passing on your property to an ex-spouse years after you separated. This section provides information on how to revoke, challenge, or change a will. You’ll find resources and articles on who can change a will, your rights under inheritance law, a checklist of reasons to update your will, and more. Choose from the list of articles below to get started.
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