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I just wrote my will, and would like it to be witnessed. Ideally i would just like my family members to be witnesses, but I've read that most states do not allow a beneficiary or personal representative/executor to also be a witness. For Florida though, my understanding is that beneficiaries CAN be witnesses to the will.
Florida statute 732.504 states:
Who may witness.—(1) Any person competent to be a witness may act as a witness to a will. (2) A will or codicil, or any part of either, is not invalid because the will or codicil is signed by an interested witness.
How can I verify this is true (without of course going to lawyer)?