I have a will that is filed in New York state. I no longer live in the state - How do go about nullifying this will?
1 Answer from Attorneys
A will may be revoked by the execution of a new will. Most wills contain stock language that expressly revokes any wills that came before them, however, because normally a court will still attempt to read the wills together to the extent they are consistent.
Your attorney can explain further.