A Last Will and Testament, also referred to as a Testamentary Will, or simply a Last Will, is an estate planning document which legally identifies your decisions regarding your property, assets, investments, or other relevant possessions in the event of your passing.
Your Last Will and testament may be as general or detailed as you choose to make it. However, the more detailed you are, and the specific relevant issues you address in your Will may help ensure potential Probate Litigation disputes arise as your estate goes through the probate process.
In the State of Florida, when someone passes away, the deceased is automatically considered to have an estate plan either in the form of existing estate plan documents or by rulings made by the court regarding your property and assets. In cases where a Last Will and Testament does not exist The Florida Intestacy Statute is used by the court to determine how your property and assets will be distributed, and to whom.
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