Does florida require that a simple will be signed in the presence of a notary in addition to 2 witnesses?

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David M. Goldman

Answered On May 2, 2013
NO only two witnesses are required. It is a good idea to get a self proving affidavit which will be signed by the person creating the will, the two witnesses and a notary. Having this can make thing easier with getting a will admitted into court.