Learn about the methods by which a testator may revoke a will, including revocation by act, revocation by writing, and revocation by presumption, as well as when a revoked will may be revived and the doctrine of dependent relative revocation
A last will and testament is a final statement of how a person’s estate should be disposed of after death. But what if the testator decides to destroy his will or create a new will? Today, you’ll be learning about the revocation and revival of wills.
In our discussion today, we’ll cover several methods of revocation, including revocation by act, revocation by writing, and revocation by presumption. After that, we’ll discuss various methods of reviving revoked wills and talk about the doctrine...