If someone named you in their will, then later decided to remove you from their will. If I don't sign the papers to remove my name from the will, what will happen? I don't agree with their decision, because they have been manipulated and cursed into this devision.
1 Answer from Attorneys
The testator, i.e., the maker of a will doesn't normally need the signature of a named beneficiary (you)
to remove such a beneficiary from his or her will.
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