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Thank you for using Just Answer. My name is ***** ***** I am a licensed Florida attorney. I look forward to helping you.Yes, provided that the will was valid and executed in the state of original residence. With that said, you should still meet with an experienced Florida attorney to review the terms of the will, as well as to have him or her prepare a power of attorney and health care proxy which comply with Florida law. And it's always a good idea to review your will every couple of years anyway to make sure that you don't need or want to make any changes (e.g. if a beneficiary you have named predeceases you, you may want to have an amendment to the will prepared).If you need clarification or additional information, please REPLY and I'll be happy to assist.Otherwise, kindly remember to leave me a positive rating by clicking on the stars, so that I am credited for my time and information today. Thank you!
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