Does will made before marriage gets revoked after marriage?
The revocation of Will may be voluntary or involuntary. An involuntary revocation is by operation of law.
Any Will made by a testator (one who makes the Will), stands revoked by the marriage of the testator. Revocation results not only from the first marriage but also from any subsequent marriage. There is one exception, A will made in exercise of power of appointment, when the property over which the power of appointment is exercised, would not in default of such appointment pass on to his or her executor, administrator or to the person entitled in case of intestacy will not be revoked in case of marriage. Another exception is, when a will is made in contemplation of his marriage, it will not be revoked on marriage. This provision of law is not applicable to Hindus, Buddhists, Sikhs and Jains.