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The Effect of a Divorce On a Living Will

Under California law, there are four recognized methods of revoking a will. The first two are set forth in Probate Code § 6120, which provides for revocation: (1) by subsequent writing (Prob. Code § 6120(a); and (2) by destruction (Prob. Code §6120(b).). The third method is by dissolution or annulment of marriage, as provided in Prob. Code § 6122. The fourth method is by termination of a domestic partnership, as provided in Prob. Code § 6122.1. In today’s blog post, I discuss the third option, revocation by dissolution or annulment of marriage. In California, unless the will expressly provides otherwise, dissolution or annulment of the testator’s marriage revokes any disposition to the former spouse, any power of appointment granted to the former spouse, and any

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