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This depends on what you mean by "filed."
A will is normally filed with the court after the passing of the decedent as part of probate. This is how it is supposed to be done. So in this, nothing is out of the ordinary.
However, a will cannot be "completed/executed" after the decedent passed away. Meaning, a new(er) will cannot be created once the decedent is dead. So once the decedent has passed away, no other will can be "created" by any means. The probate Court goes over the Will that was made prior to the decedent's passing.
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