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How do you nullify a will?

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Daniel King on October 1, 2018

Assuming you are the testator, you would execute a subsequent will nullifying prior to the will. Added: If you are challenging the will, you would have to raise the issue of the testator's mental competence, or the problem of excessive and inappropriate influences that are placed upon the testator at the time the will was drafted. (MORE)

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