Category Archives: Revoked Will
Do I Have To Physically Destroy My Will To Revoke It?
Making a will is often not a one-time event. As your family and financial situation changes throughout your life, you will likely find yourself wanting to revoke your existing will and, hopefully, writing a new one. So how do you go about legally revoking a will in Florida? Do you actually have to physically… Read More »
How does a Will Revocation work in Florida?
It’s pretty standard for someone to draft a Will and want to change it down the line. They may request to change it a few months from now, or it may be years later. In some situations, they may want to cancel the Will entirely and draft a new one. If the initial Will… Read More »