Legal Question in Wills and Trusts in Texas

does one will and testament null or void the previous

Asked on 10/18/13, 8:08 pm

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Robert Perez Perez Law Office, PLLC
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Yes, if properly executed, a valid will which disposes of the testator's property impliedly revokes any previous will. To make the testator's intent clear, however, when writing a will it is a good idea to include language expressly stating that the will revokes all prior wills and codicils.

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Answered on 10/21/13, 10:06 am

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