Thank you for your response.
The will you have here is a valid will, but I would make a couple of suggestions. First, I would suggest that in addition to you stating that no bond is required, you should also state no annual accounting would be required by the executor.
Second I would also put in at the end a "No contest
clause" which states that "any party who shall bring challenge to this last will
and testament shall be forever barred from benefitting from this estate
These two clauses are merely preference, but they can help eliminate any potential issues later.
The will needs to be signed in the presence of two independent witnesses and a notary to comply with the Self-proving will provisions in FL Statutes Section 732.503.
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