Electronic Wills Revisited

In a previous blog, we discussed Florida’s electronic wills law. Though passed by the legislature, it was vetoed by Governor Scott. At the time, Nevada was the only state that permitted Wills to be in electronic form. Some important changes have happened since the previous blog article was published. First, let’s look at why Governor Scott vetoed the previous bill. Reasons for the Veto Governor Scott’s biggest Read More

Are Electronic Wills Valid in Florida?

We’re living in an increasingly digital world. Instead of newspapers, we read internet news sites. We use GPS instead of maps and the number of people using e-readers has skyrocketed. Even traditional estate planning is being affected. Digital asset inventories are becoming more common and even electronic wills have been proposed. As you work on your estate plan, you may have questions about whether electronic wills Read More