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Is that Florida will still valid in New York state?
Yes, a will is valid in every state as long as it was properly executed in the state where it was created. This is under the Full Faith and Credit clause of the US Constitution that says that every state will recognize legal documents created in another state.
So you don't need to do a thing as long as your will still is still accurate as to what you want to have happen to your estate.