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When it comes to estate planning and creating a will, you can never start too early. Ensuring that your loved ones know your wishes provides such peace of mind to the grieving family. Creating a will is a perfect first step in building a solid foundation for your estate planning. Whether you are 65 or 35, now is the time to begin planning.
If a person does not have a valid will, that person is said to die intestate, which means their assets will be distributed according to Florida statues. Regardless, if your loved ones know your true wishes, they are not able to have a say over how the state of Florida will distribute the property. These situations are heartbreaking.
We all think we have all the time in the world, but life is so fleeting and precious. Make a plan, let your wishes be known and our attorneys will ensure your will is drafted to your desires and specifications.
When it comes to something this important, don’t wait, call our attorneys today.
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