What if I want to revoke, destroy, or cancel my electronic will?

Revoking a Will Under Florida Law

An electronic will or codicil is revoked by the testator, or some other person in the testator’s presence and at the testator’s direction, by deleting, canceling, rendering unreadable, or obliterating the electronic will or codicil, with the intent, and for the purpose, of revocation, as proved by clear and convincing evidence.

Contact Florida Document Specialists for assistance.

We have a procedure in place to completely destroy the electronic will documents in our possession upon your verified, written request.

You should always keep a copy of the “Reference Number” that was assigned to your electronic will.

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