What Do the Courts Consider a Validly Executed Last Will and Testament?

Fla. Stat. §732.502, includes that a last will must be signed by the decedent and two (2) witnesses to be enforceable. It is preferred that the last will be notarized, but if it is not, there are provisions for the acceptance of the last will by the Court for the purposes of probate. If you have questions, the attorney will advise you on any concerns you may have.