Written by attorney Romy B Jurado

Tips From an Estate Planning Attorney on Making a Valid Will

Given the sensitive nature of Wills, they must abide by very strict requirements in the State of Florida – otherwise, they will be considered invalid in probate court, which is responsible for “proving a Will” and administering it accordingly.

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When it comes to safeguarding your legacy for your loved ones, don’t leave anything to chance: turn to a trusted Estate Planning Attorney who will know the best way to plan your estate and ensure your assets are distributed as you desire.

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