Revoking your last will and testament
A will can be revoked a number of ways. The easiest way to revoke your last will and testament is to destroy the will. This is one of the reasons that courts require the original will to be submitted to the probate court. If the original will is presented to the court it clearly wasn’t destroyed.
A second way to revoke your will is to prepare a new will, and in the initial paragraph write that all prior wills and codicils are “revoke”, so you can revoke your will in writing.
There you have it, the two ways to revoke your will is by destroying the will or in writing.