Florida Wills for You and Your Family
Every one should have a Will. Unless you have a Will, when you die, the courts will decide how your assets will be distributed. If you have children, the courts may decide their future as well.
We offer Florida specific estate planning documents either individually or in a value bundle.
Filling out the Questionnaire is free. There is no time limit. You can save your answers and return at a later time. When you are ready, you may decide whether or not to purchase these legal documents.
Florida Will for a Married Person (Will for a Married Individual) – $69.00
Florida Will for a Single Person (Will for a Single Individual) – $69.00
Estate Planning Package for a Single Person (Includes Will, Power of Attorney with Durable Provision, and Living Will/Health Care Power of Attorney, HIPPA Authorization, Instructions to Custodian of Power of Attorney). (This is the best value.) – $149.00
Estate Planning Package for a Married Couple (Includes Wills, Powers of Attorney with a Durable Provision, and Living Wills/Health Care Powers of Attorney, HIPPA Authorization. Instructions to Custodian of Power of Attorney) (This is the best value.) – $199.00
Our online process enables us to deliver a Will to you within 2 business days. Expedited service is also available. (1 business day delivery)
Are you a candidate for our online Will service?
Not every person is a good candidate for our online Florida Will service.
If any of these circumstances apply to your individual situation, you should not use this online service.
- You want to disinherit a wife or child from your estate.
- You own property in a foreign country.
- You or your spouse are citizens of another country.
- You have significant assets. If you have substantial assets there may be additional tax planning issues that must be considered.
- You anticipate that your Will may be contested.
- You own a business, which is your major source of income, and it is a substantial asset.
If your personal situation has certain complexities such as those listed above, you should consider contacting an attorney to discuss your situation.
If you are out of state, but your family member is a Florida resident and you need information, please contact us.