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How to Revoke a Maryland Will

www.reichertlegal.comBefore deciding to revoke a Will you should discuss the pros and cons with an experienced estate planning attorney. There are many good reasons to revoke a Will but this should almost always include replacing the Will with a new updated Will.

Creating a new Will is an excellent way to revoke a prior Will. There should be a revocation of prior Wills clause within the new Will. Simply revoking a Will without creating a new Will raises the issue of whether any previously created Wills are now revived. To get a definitive answer to this question, and peace of mind, you should have an estate planning attorney review the Will being revoked and the prior Will.


For a free, confidential conversation to discuss Will revocation and other estate planning matters, including creating your own estate plan, contact experienced Maryland estate planning attorney Stephen J. Reichert at 410-299-4959, or by clicking here.

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