Is it possible to have two valid Wills if they don’t contradict each other?

As a general rule when a person makes a new Will, it will contain a clause revoking all previous Wills that they have made. This is commonly referred to as a revocation clause. If you have two valid Wills signed on different dates, that do not contain a revocation clause the Court will deal with your Wills, in accordance with the principles of implied revocation. More