Your Last Will and Testament
“Where there is a Will, there is a way”
A Will (also known as Last Will and Testament) is one of the most important documents a person ever signs! If you die without a Will, the State of Florida, not you, decides how your assets and property are distributed and who will be the guardian of your children. Yet, most people do not have a Will. So, when you die, who will get your assets, money, real estate, and personal belongings? Who will be the guardian of your children? Who will be your personal representative to administer these important matters? A Will can answer these questions!
In Florida, your assets and property may be given to anyone you choose, with certain exceptions, after your estate debts are paid. A Will gives you peace of mind that, upon your death, your assets and property will be distributed according to your wishes and your children will be cared for by the person of your choosing.
For many people, the idea of creating a Will seems complex, expensive, time consuming, or just something they will eventually do “someday.” FloridaLegalSource takes these concerns away by providing a simple, inexpensive, easy way for you to write your own Will today!
FloridaLegalSource explains the process to create a Will in Florida as well as provides you with the resources and documentation you need in making a Will.
FloridaLegalSource also provides general information and gives answers to many frequently asked questions concerning Wills.
What is a Will
What Happens If I Die Without a Will?
What are the requirements of a Will
Specific Bequests (gifts) vs. General Bequests (gifts)
Designating a Guardian
What Happens To My Debts if I Die and I have a Will
Do I Have to File my Will With a Court or Clerk of Court
Frequently Asked Questions