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What if there is no will?

July 7, 2022
Geoff Hoatson

If there’s no will, the process will start with probate, and intestacy laws will decide how assets will be distributed. The Florida intestacy statutes won't let you make charitable gifts or unequal distributions to children or nonrelatives. It’s important to have a last will and testament so that your wishes can be accomplished.

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