Cache control - and most of invalidation - is still a discussing issue for the Apollo Client team and the community involved.
While participating in one of those issues, I've proposed a way to do field-based cache invalidation.
In some cases after a mutation you want to invalidate cache on other queries that might have become outdated, but you can't really update their results from the data provided by the mutation.
The Each path will be compared individually to the whole cached data, invalidating any matched fields (possibly multiple) along the way.
Since a will document must accurately reflect the intent of the testator, it may be considered defective if the testator is shown to have lacked testamentary capacity at the time he drafted the will, i.e.
To challenge a will's validity, you must follow the probate laws of the state handling the decedent's estate.
You should check the provisions specific to your state to ensure that your codicil is properly drafted.
A will contest or a will challenge is a court case brought to dispute the validity of a will, according to Find Law.
He will know your state's laws regarding will challenges, and may increase your chances of success.
Probate is court-supervised administration of a testator's last will and testament.