What is required to make a will?

A will is valid in Florida if:

  • The person who wrote the will signs it at the end of the document
  • Two witnesses sign the will
  • Each person who signs attests:
    • That they knew they were signing a will
    • That they all signed the will in front of each other
  • All signatures are notarized

For additional information, see our Advance Planning common questions and resources.

Are you a Hillsborough County renter having housing problems? Help is available!

The Hillsborough County Housing Stability Program provides Hillsborough tenants the knowledge, resources, and services to effectively, efficiently, and amicably solve their disputes with their landlords outside the court system.

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The Legal Information Center is a free program to provide information to people who are representing themselves in Family Law cases in Hillsborough County. Get the information you need to make an informed decision about your case.

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If you live or have a case in Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas or Sarasota counties, we may be able to help.

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