The body of law governing will execution can be confusing and complex. All too often, a will is formed in a manner or contains provisions that when interpreted, lead to unintended consequences or make the will unenforceable or ineffective. Under Florida law, certain types of wills (oral, holographic, deathbed, etc.) are not legal and will not be given effect during probate. A will serves to ensure that the assets that you have acquired over the course of a lifetime fall into the hands of your loved ones after your death.
Forming a legally valid and effective will is exceptionally important and should be handled with the utmost care, which is why Kovar Law Group is dedicated to assisting you in the formation of a will that clearly expresses your testamentary intent. Kovar Law Group is also committed to representing family members in will disputes and litigation