You have the best of intentions when you execute a will, wanting to ease the burden on loved ones by leaving instructions on the distribution of your estate after your death. But executing a will isn't always a matter of set it and forget it. Sometimes a change in circumstances--the passage of time, the unexpected loss of a loved one, or a change in your financial situation--can lead you to change your mind about how you want your estate distributed. Is revoking a will in WV the answer? Read on to find out.