What effect does a subsequent marriage, divorce, or child have on a will?

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If a testator gets married or has a child, after executing a will, then the subsequent spouse, or child, will be considered a pretermitted spouse or child and will be able to receive the intestate share of the descendant’s estate. With respect to a divorce after the execution of a will, there is a law in Florida that will invalidate all of the devises to that spouse.

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