Does a will get recorded or filed?
In Florida, a will does not get filed or recorded until the person passes away.
Shaw: Does will have to be recorded?
Attorney Tom Olsen: While you're alive the answer is no. Wills do not get filed or recorded until after somebody passes away.
Shaw: Okay, you have answered my question and I thank you for taking this morning.
Attorney Tom Olsen: All right, Shaw. Give me a call we love to help you out with getting your will done. Shaw, by the way simply having your will has nothing to do with avoiding the probate. A will simply directs what happens your assets when we go through probate.
Hey, folks, we're all about helping people to avoid probate. When you come meet with me and talk about your will and estate planning, I'm going to give you some simple steps on how to avoid probate.
Call me next week to help you with your will at 407-423-5561, that's the Olsen Law Group in Orlando.