Yes, the will is valid. However in most cases a the old will can be revoked and a new will can be made at anytime. Also, a spouse may have certain rights of election that may trump the terms of a will that does not provide for the spouse. best to discuss the particulars of the situation with an attorney that specializes in estate planning.
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To be safe, I would suggest that he have an attorney re-draft a will adjusting for the fact that he is now divorced. Signing an antenuptial agreement is another issue he should be concerned with as well.
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