How to Make a Florida Will
Having a well-written will is necessary to ensure that your property and assets are passed on in accordance with your desires. Too often people have their possessions misdirected to the wrong parties. This is usually caused by insufficient information when writing their wills or laws that that they did not know about that overrule their wills. This book can make sure that does not happen to you.
In How to Make a Florida Will, you will discover all the information you need for success in writing your own will. This book explains Florida law so that you can effectively write and execute your own will. You will learn everything from community property issues to naming a personal representative, and even how to disinherit someone. With How to Make a Florida Will, you will have all the knowledge you need to make a will easily and painlessly.
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