October Newsletter


Do you have a will that was done in a different state? If so, you may not need a new will, but you definitely should consult one of our attorneys to see if yours needs to be updated. When the time comes to probate your will, a probate may be necessary in both the state in which it was created and in Florida.

Generally, a will that is validly executed in another state is valid in Florida. However, there are specific exceptions. For example, if you subsequently had children and did not include them in your will, your children would have certain rights under Florida law. If you had children and then amended the will by adding a codicil, the children may be excluded from the estate entirely. Florida law also provides its own detailed guidelines for how homesteads are bequeathed.

If you have any further questions regarding any of the aforementioned, please feel free to contact us.


Beneficiary designations

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