Florida Wills

Florida Estate Plan Attorney

A Will is a legal document setting out who will be beneficiaries of your estate and how and when they receive their inheritance. Any person who is 18 years of age or older and who is of sound mind may make a Will in Florida. If you do not have a Florida Will, the state determines who, if anyone, is entitled to receive your estate after your death.

When preparing a Will in Florida, you should consult with a licensed Florida attorney who has experience in preparing Wills.  There are formalities by which a Will must be executed and witnessed in order for it to be valid in Florida and to avoid a will contest after you pass away.  A Florida Will must be signed in the presence of two witnesses and must be notarized.  Additionally, the will appoints a Personal Representative who is granted the responsibility of paying the last expenses of the decedent, identifying the decedent's beneficiaries and distributing the assets of the decedent to the beneficiaries.  A Florida Will may also contain trust provisions as well as provisions that allow for specific gifts of property.

Read: 10 Reasons Why New or Expectant Parents Should Have a Will

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Larry Tolchinsky has been preparing Wills in Hallandale and all of South Florida for 20+ years, and that experience allows him to clearly express his client’s final wishes in their Will, including those bequests where a client is faced with unique family circumstances.

Larry handles will and trust matters for clients located in Hallandale, Hollywood, Aventura, Fort Lauderdale, Miramar, Pembroke Pines, Weston, Davie, North Miami Beach, Dania Beach and all other cities in Miami-Dade and Broward County.

 

Get Help From an Experienced Florida Wills Lawyer

Contact Larry Tolchinsky to find out how he can help you. You can contact him by phone at 954-458-8655 or by e-mail through this web site to schedule an appointment and learn more about Florida Wills. He offers a free initial consultation.

 

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