Katheleen Guzman, ‘Wills Speak’

… Part II explores how a duly executed will (or even failed attempt) can hold legal consequence long before its maker dies and expectancies vest. As such, ‘nascent’ wills actually do have much to say, and rightly so, which is a reality that underdetermined internalization of the ‘no will speaks’ conclusion may have obscured. For no matter how attractive and understandable the maxim may on the surface appear, complexity rests uneasily at depth …

Katheleen Guzman, Wills Speak, 85 Brooklyn Law Review 647 (2020).

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