Can a relative be completely removed from your will? It’s often possible, but you should check with a qualified estate attorney about laws in your area.
Although we may love them equally, all children aren’t the same, which often leads to complication in the execution of a will. Some parents feel that one child has received more, and should therefore be content with a reduced settlement in the will’s execution. In some complicated situations, parents feel that one heir should simply be cut from the will altogether. Regardless of the reason, disinheriting a close relative–especially a spouse or a child–can be complicated.