Letter - Revocation of Will
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1. Revocation. I, [name], residing at [address], hereby revoke the Will duly executed by me on [date]. I hereby direct that it shall be null and void and not admitted to probate.
2. Intestacy. By this revocation of my Will made on [date], I hereby state that I intend to remain intestate and have my property both real and personal pass by the laws of intestacy of [state] until such time as I shall execute another will.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I place my hand this [date] at [location].
[signature of revoking Testator]
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