A Domestic Partner Will is essentially the same as a Last Will and Testament, as you may convey your wishes regarding your property, assets, guardianship regarding your children, or other relevant estate planning issues.
A Domestic Partner Will is generally regarded as a Last Will and Testament drafted by and benefiting unmarried partners, regardless of their sexual orientation.
While Florida Law currently does not allow same-sex marriages, the government does not have the authority to regulate whom you are able to make the beneficiary of your property, assets, investments, legal child guardianship, or other issues in the event of your passing.
If you wish to draft a Domestic Partner Will, have your Will reviewed, or amended, we are here to assist you in your Domestic Partner Will needs and goals.
If your passing is without a will, and you are unmarried, the probate process may become very complicated and your loved ones who depend upon you may end up being left out of the distribution of your property and assets, as those who believe they have a right to your estate after your passing may put up an aggressive legal fight over your estate.
It is highly advisable that everyone, regardless of the size of their estate, their marital status, or sexual orientation should Draft a Last Will and Testament to ensure their wishes are made known, and the ones they love will be taken care of according to those wishes.
Make sure your wishes regarding your estate are clearly outlined in the event of your passing.
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