Simply naming a person in charge of your estate in your will actually will not necessarily give that person the right to get control of your email accounts.
Until the divorce is final, under US law in 49 out of 50 states, you can’t cut a spouse out of your will.
In order to contest a will, you have to be an ‘Interested Party’ – a person who was named in a previous will or would have inherited money if there was no will or if the will is deemed invalid.
What happens if someone has written a will and THEN gets married but doesn’t change his will before he dies? Let’s use Davey Jones as an example.
Under the law, you can’t leave money directly to your pets. Instead, 39 states allow you to set up a pet trust.