You can destroy, tear, etc. with intent to revoke the original, sign a written revocation or otherwise express your intent that the Will be revoked. Generally, you should destroy and sign a revocation. You should make sure someone you trust is aware in other to avoid someone trying to probate a copy, if a copy exists.
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