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Can A Will Be Changed Or Revoked After My Death?

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Generally no, but there is always instances like in a will contest that a will may be revoked or changed if it's proven that the will itself was invalid for various reasons. Number two, the beneficiaries can all get together and sign an agreement to change certain provisions of a will or a trust, which an estate planning attorney could assist you in that situation, and, again, it would have to be approved by the court. But generally, after death, your will or your trust cannot be changed.

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