How can I edit my Will?
In order to edit your Will, you have to execute a new Will that clearly replaces your old Will or you must execute a Codicil, a document that will be read alongside your Will and both documents will be looked at together. Therefore, it is important that your Codicil makes it clear which section of your original Will are being replaced or changed. It is also imperative that you follow the witnessing and execution requirements required by law. It is important to note that you cannot cross out parts or make changes to your Will after it is signed and expect these edits to hold up. Likewise, if you tear up one page of your Will after it is signed, that page still remains in full effect.