Glenn has two different interests in two different properties. On St. Charles Place, Glenn has a life estate measured by the life of his Father-in-law Hershel. On St. James Place, Glenn has a fee simple estate. Glenn wishes to transfer, upon his death, his interest in the two properties to his wife, Maggie. Prior to Glenn writing his will, Hershel dies. Glenn still wishes to will the properties to his wife, but he now is not sure if he has the right to will both properties. Can Glenn will St. Charles Place and St. James Place to Maggie?
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