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Disinheriting a Spouse or Adult Child in Florida

If you are estranged from your spouse or adult child, you may be thinking about disinheriting them from your will. While it is legally acceptable to disinherit your family members, doing so can be difficult and you should retain the services of a skilled Florida inheritance lawyer beforehand. In order to properly disinherit your spouse or adult child from your assets after you die, you will need a comprehensive, clear, and well-thought out estate plan.

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Contesting a Will in Florida

In Florida, you may challenge a will after the testator’s death and before probate is complete. Probate is the process of administering a will under the direction of the court.

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What Not to Include in Your Last Will

When you start planning for what happens after you die, creating a will is one of the most important things you should do. Without a will, your state of residence will determine how your affairs will be handled and your assets distributed after you die

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