Divorce doesn’t revoke a Will, nor does it mean a previous will (before marriage) will automatically come back into effect. Following the Succession (Scotland) Act 2016, it is now presumed that people do not want an ex-partner to benefit from their estate. However, unless you have another living Executor named in your Will, things can still become complicated, so it’s always worth updating your Will with a replacement Executor post-divorce. It is also sensible to review your Will after such life events anyway as your wishes may have changed.