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The benefits of a properly executed will in estate planning

Many Florida residents are relieved when they finally take the time to have an estate plan drafted, protecting their assets, designating guardians for minor children and including other important instructions in a will. However, taking the time to complete these types isn't enough -- it has to be done right.

How can a person revoke a will in Florida?

Sometimes, a person in Florida who has executed a valid will decides one day that he or she wants to revoke it. Perhaps, a new grandchild was born that he or she wants included in the will, he or she either gained or lost a significant asset or there was a family fallout. In Florida, a will can be revoked two ways: by writing or by act.

Florida protects the right of heirs to contest a will

Florida is a popular destination for retirement. As a result, Florida has more in-depth and complex probate and estate laws than some other states. For example, it has become popular in recent years for those who are creating an estate plan and last will to include a clause that specifically states that anyone who contests the will shall lose their part.

How do you create a valid, enforceable will in Florida?

Many people in Florida have made the wise decision to prepare a will. However, not just any writing will constitute a valid, legally enforceable will. There are certain requirements that must be followed in order for the will to be valid and legally enforceable.

4 points to know about a living will in Florida

Planning your estate is easy to put off, but doing so can leave your family with trouble if something happens to you. Your estate plan should contain more than just a list of who is going to get what. Don't fall into the mode of thinking that you are too young to create an estate plan. Any adult is old enough to make the responsible choice and get this plan done. The living will is an important document to include in any estate plan.

How can I provide a bright future for my grandchildren?

Estate planning addresses many areas, and one of its most important functions is to create opportunities and security for the ones you love. There are a number of ways to take what you have and protect it so that your family's younger generations will have the best opportunities available to them.

Should I choose one of my children to be executor of my will?

Choosing the right executor of your will is just as important as creating the will itself. The role of the executor is to manage your estate and make sure that your final wishes are carried out. The person you choose needs to be able to handle these responsibilities.

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