If the land is left to each of you by name, then you each inherit the land and become co-owners of it: you'll then have to deal with the situation as any co-owners would. People inherit from a will according to its plain terms, so if you are named by name, then you inherit.
If you were named by relationship (e.g. "my son-in-law") and you divorce before your in-laws pass away, then you would not inherit, because in that case, you would no longer be the person named (you'd no longer be their son-in-law).
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