florida wills, married couple with grown children. must children also live in florida
2 Answers from Attorneys
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I have no idea what question you are asking. A child, or anyone for that matter, does not have to live in Florida in order to be a beneficiary under anyone's will. There are limitations for the personal representative but not a beneficiary.
Scott R. Jay, Esq.
I'm not sure what you are asking exactly. Any beneficiary of a will, children or not, grown or not, can live anywhere whatsoever. The only location requirement connected to wills is that a will must be probated where the decedent last was domiciled and where real property is located (as ancillary probate). That's it. They can be living anywhere.