Can my husband and I make a joint will?

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You and your husband may make a joint will, however it’s not in your best interest to do so. Often times joint wills will have to be produced twice, at the death of each spouse. In addition, it is not clear under Florida law that the mere making of a joint will constitutes a contract or an agreement to make a will, or not to change your will. Therefore consult with your elder law attorney about your specific planning goals and determine whether or not a joint will or a contract to make a will is appropriate in your case.

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