What Happens If My Will Is Not "Valid" In The State Of Florida And I Die?

January 28, 2022

If your will is considered invalid and void by the courts when you pass away, then the State of Florida will tell you how your assets would be divided!  That is right, you lose complete control of how your assets get passed on upon your death in this situation.  It is called dying “Intestate”.  What that means is that the State of Florida will decide how your assets go through Florida Statute 732.101.   The point is you do not want to let this happen!!!  Why?  Because the state statute is probably not how you wanted your inheritance to be disbursed.  Make sure you have your estate planning documents updated and valid for the State of Florida.  Contact our office at (954) 755-7803 for a consultation or click here to reach out to us. 

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