As a Washington Post columnist states in her May 3rd 2016 article "All the reasons you tell yourself for not having a will drawn up are about you." Hmmm - think about that. It is true that if you are a single parent with one adult child and you own a home and a joint bank account with the adult child, you probably don't need a will because the state intestenancy laws transfer everything to your adult child anyway.
However, for the majority of us, our estate is more complicated. Some of the saddest meetings I have had are with someone who says "X said he was going to do this or that but died without doing it." And then I have to explain that intent without more nothing under Florida law. Think about your own situation: do you have a will? Why not? To get it done contact Matthew A. Linde, P.A. today!