The language added to a Will is not going to make a difference if the person signing the Will does not have capacity. The words alone will not validate the will.
Have an attorney assist in the preparation of the will if there is any issue so that appropriate protections can be put in place.
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It is not very expensive to have a simple will drafted by a licensed Florida Wills attorney. Yet, saving a few hundred dollars could result in some unanticipated (and unwanted) consequences after the testator has passed, potentially creating an intestate estate. There are many formalities to making a will valid. Let a competent attorney help you with this one.
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To answer your question directly-neither words/phrases are required for a valid will.
You should have an attorney draft the will and have it executed properly-it will you great peace of mind.
The answer given does not imply that an attorney-client relationship has been established and your best course of action is to have legal representation in this matter.