Whether a last will and testament avoids Florida Probate Court?
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Whether a last will and testament avoids Florida Probate Court?


The question for today’s Weather a last will
and testament avoids Florida probate court? Hi, my name is Alain Roman and I’m
a estate planning attorney based out of the Doral, Florida so I get that question a
lot with the will would avoid probate court? and there’s a big misconception
out there people think that if they create a last will and testament they
will avoid probate court when in turn creating a last will and testament it’s
a straight ticket into probate court the reason for this is that a will it’s an
ambulatory document meaning that it can be changed at any time prior to your
past you don’t need to record it you don’t need to introduce you to to the
clerk’s office or nothing like that when you pass away the will is introduced to
the court, the court will make sure that you execute your property according to
Florida law. If you have any further questions you can always follow me
@Alainromanlaw or contact my office directly (305-489-1415 ) thank you.

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