Is it worth it to draft a will in Florida?:
General point regarding drafting a will.
What Can I Do With a Will in Tampa, Florida?
A will can do the following:
In Florida, a properly executed will can:
- Identify your personal representative, a personal representative is a person identified in your will who will make sure all your wishes documented are carried out.
- Name a Trustee to manage your property and wealth left to minor children.
- A Personal guardian to care for your minor children.
- Leave property to family, friends, organizations or whomever you decide.
What Happens If I Die Without a Will in Tampa, Florida?
In the unfortunate event, that you pass away before executing a valid will in Tampa, Florida, your property will be distributed according to Florida intestacy law. Florida Intestacy law is a law in which the courts will determine how your property will be distributed; generally, it will be distributed to closest relatives, beginning with your spouse and children. In the event you have neither spouse nor children, your property will go to your grandchildren or your parents. The court will continue to attempt to find a blood relative. If the court expends all possibilities and find no living relatives by blood or marriage, the state of Florida will take your property. It is recommended to speak to your Tampa will attorney.
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