I and my wife have standard, signed in Texas
1. Last Will and Testament
2. Statutory Durable Power of Attorney
We moved to Florida.
Are those documents in force in FL or we need to replace them?
Thanks for a response,
3 Answers from Attorneys
If validly prepared, the are good in Fla.
If you have two witnesses and they are notarized they likely suffice. Have a Florida attorney make sure they are adequate under Florida law.
If they were validly executed in Texas, then Florida will accept them. However, I recommend you consult with an estate attorney in Florida since the property laws are different. For instance, Texas is a community property state but Florida is not. Also, Florida homestead laws are different.