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Florida Legalizes Electronic Wills
Florida Legalizes Electronic Wills

In some of the biggest estate planning news Florida has had in a while, electronic wills are now slated to become legal in the state on January 1 st , 2020. An electronic will functions just like a traditional will except it is created, edited, signed, and authorized ...

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