Will & Trust Revocations

Once a will has been executed it can be revoked at a later date with the proper formalities. Many trusts can also be revoked, for example living trusts, revocable trusts, and family trusts. Certain irrevocable trusts cannot be revoked at all or may not be revoked absent a court order to do so. No matter your scenario, ask an attorney to review your estate planning documents to determine if a revocation is needed. If a revocation is appropriate, competent legal counsel can help you execute a legally binding revocation.

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