Understanding The Importance Of State Laws In Estate Planning

State Laws are an important consideration for your Estate Planning, and it is crucial for you to know that laws and guidelines can vary from state to state. It is vital for Florida residents to make sure that your Estate Planning documents are in keeping with Florida Law and Statutes.
For example, there are specific guidelines in Florida regarding who can and cannot serve as your personal representative. Also, there are important requirements for what makes a Will “self proved” — a Will that is not self-proved cannot be entered into probate until a witness is tracked down and goes to the Probate Court to swear an Oath of Witness to Will.
If you need help with Estate Planning and preparing for your and your family’s future, including making plans to provide for future care of minor children and other loved ones in case of incapacity or death, please do not delay. Please call us at (904) 264-8800 to set up a phone, video, or in-person appointment today with one of our knowledgeable, compassionate, and caring Elder Law Attorneys. Our offices, located in Orange Park, Jacksonville, Julington Creek, and St. Augustine provide essential professional legal services to our community.
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