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Florida Will Form

A will is one of the most important tools you can use to plan for your family's future. This document lets you decide who will receive your money and property and who will take care of your children. FindLaw has partnered with US Legal to provide low-cost will forms that can be completed at your convenience. Use our guided process to customize, print, and sign your legally valid document, fast! Get started by finding the right form for your needs.

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Do I Really Need a Will in Florida?

If you want to control which loved ones will inherit money or property after you die, you should have a will. If you have minor children, you can also use a will to name the people who will care for your children if the worst should happen.

If you do not have a will, a court will use Florida's intestacy laws to distribute your assets. The intestacy laws provide a list of relatives who can inherit from you. Your spouse and children are first on the list. If you are not married and have no children, the court will move further down the list until it finds a relative to inherit from you. If the court cannot find a living relative, your assets will go to the state of Florida.

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