I need a probate attorney pretty quick. I have a copy of a will only.
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If the testator (person who signed the Will and later died) the Will there is a presumption that the testator revoked the Will, so you would need to overcome that presumption and then FL Section 733.207 says: "Establishment and probate of lost or destroyed will.—Any interested person may establish the full and precise terms of a lost or destroyed will and offer the will for probate. The specific content of the will must be proved by the testimony of two disinterested witnesses, or, if a correct copy is provided, it shall be proved by one disinterested witness." Good luck.
Mr. Bress states it quite well. You have an uphill battle. Seeking an attorney requires you to contact someone with all your documentation.