Check out this article by Porfessor Katherine Pearson of Penn State Dickinson School of Law: Evaluating Long-Term Care Insurance in a Troubled Economy
2008 Tax Offender of the Year
Russ Fox of Taxable Talk tells the story:
A will can be revoked by operation of law, by some physical act performed on the will with intent to revoke, or by a subsequent written instrument, meeting the statutory requirements.
A little boy asked his father, "Daddy, how much does it cost to get married?"