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If a will has been made but no longer required what do you

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If a will has been made but no longer required what do you do to get rid of it
Submitted: 1 year ago.
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Expert:  Buachaill replied 1 year ago.
1. Dear Grant, there are several methods of revoking a will. For instance, your father can simply destroy the original will and that revokes it. Alternatively, he can make a new will and include it in a clause which revokes the existing will. Again that will revoke the will. Ultimately, a will is only valid so long as it is not revoked. Alternatively, your father can simply add a codicil to the existing will revoking it. All are valid methods of revoking the will.
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