Well, a will can be changed or revoked during the life of the testator, the person that creates the will. After their death, the terms that are in place, if there is a will in existence and it’s legally sufficient, then the terms in place are locked in. Those cannot be modified or changed again. Basically, the will reflects the will of the testator, the wishes they had. Once they’re gone, the court will not, and the law will not, place another’s decision making in place of the person that was creating the will in the first place. Those terms are essentially written in stone once the person passes away.

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