Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Estate Planning
Click the links below for a brief answer to common questions about estate planning.
How often should I review my estate plan documents?
Does everyone need a Will?
When should I do my Will?
Where should I keep my Will?
How do I know if my current Will is valid?
What if I die without a Will?
Do I need anything more than a Will?
How much information should I give to my family about my estate plan?
What is a Living Will?
What is a Durable Power of Attorney?
Do I need a Power of Attorney if I already have a Will?
What is a Designation of Healthcare Surrogate?
Do I need a trust?
What is probate?
How can I avoid probate?
Does having a valid Will avoid probate in Florida?
Probate in Florida: Who should take the first step?
The resources provided on this Frequently Asked Questions page are based on Florida law at the time of publication and are not provided in the course of an attorney-client relationship. None of this information is intended to substitute for legal advice from an attorney licensed in your jurisdiction.