1. Dear *****, this will would still be valid. A will is not revoked merely because a person making the will disposes of one of their assets. A person such as your Dad, would have to revoke the will formally, or else, get married in order that the will be revoked and thereby be no longer valid. However, here, just because your Dad, subsequent to the making of the will in 2004, gifted his house to your son, this does not render the will invalid or ineffective. Obviously, any specific gift to your son of the house would no longer be effective. However, this does not affect the fundamental validity of the will.
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