The simple answer is yes. While it is almost impossible to disinherit your spouse without his/her written consent under US law, all states except Louisiana allow you to disinherit your children.
But even though it’s allowed, that doesn’t mean the courts approve. To be able to intentionally disinherit your children, they should be:
You must state the intent to exlucude your child
You should also note that if you plan to exclude your children in your Will, you must clearly state that intent. The courts don’t encourage excluding your offspring and merely omitting your child from the list of heirs will not suffice. If your Will does not specify that you willingly do not want to leave anything for your child, s/he can contest the validity of the document.
Thus, the Wills, in which you are intentionally omitting to mention anything for your child, will always have language on the following lines:
We at the Mendel Law Firm , can help you uncover your options and choose the strategy that is best for you.