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New spouse is protected by Michigan law from omission from Will, unless the Will unambiguously states the intent to omit the spouse.
Nevertheless, husband should have the existing instrument revised so as to formally revoke all prior instruments, and to ensure that the distributions are what husband really intends.
I have never read your husband's Will, so I would not be so bold as to make such a sweeping statement. I will merely state that MIchigan law protects a widow who marries after her husband signs his Will from being omitted.
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