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How Do Wills Work in Florida?

When executing a will, it is crucial to ensure that you do so freely and without undue influence. You must also sign the will at the end of your document by yourself in the presence of two competent witnesses who can vouch for this execution.

It is highly recommended to have a will prepared and witnessed by an attorney.

  • Published: Oct 5, 2022
  • Updated: Dec 25, 2023

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