Free Florida Joint Will

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The Florida Joint Will is a document executed by two persons (often a husband and wife) leaving everything to the other person upon the death of the first person. When the surviving spouse dies, the estate is then left to the children (or other beneficiaries) in equal shares. The will must be executed when the person is of sound mind and must be witnessed by unrelated persons. The form does not need to be notarized, except in Louisiana where it is required. We highly recommend that you consult with a competent attorney to ensure that this Florida Joint Will meets all of the legal requirements in your state.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Some states do not recognize the right of survivorship. Certain states consider the estate taxable if the value of the decedent’s assets exceed the state or federal limits. Check with an attorney if you live in a community property state and aren’t sure on your state’s treatment of assets received from your deceased spouse.

Example of Florida Joint Will Form

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We offer the free Florida Joint Will in Microsoft Word as well as a free PDF form. The Word file can be printed as is so you can fill in the blanks by hand. It can also be customized in case you want to change, add, or delete sections. The PDF version is chosen most often by users who want to print the document and fill in the blanks.

Florida Joint Will Forms

Click the link below to download the Florida Joint Will in Microsoft Word format. You may also create the Florida Joint Will using our free fillable PDF version. The PDF has fillable fields into which you can type the required information.

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