Napkin Theory Saves the Day [Florida]

Renee established and funded a revocable trust, with charitable residuary beneficiaries at her death. The trust was revocable, but it did not provide a method for revocation.

Four years later, Renee prepared a will that left all of her estate to a caretaker. The will included language that “I…declare this to be my Last Will and Testament, revoking all other wills, trust and codicils previously made by me.” …

Bernal v. Marin, 3rd DCA (Case No. 3D15-171, June 15, 2016)

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