A will, in essence, is valid until it’s revoked by the person that wrote it. So long as the initial will is valid and complies with what we call the Statutory Requirements for a self proving will, and those are kind of specific, assuming the will complies with all of these requirements, then it’s in effect until at such time it’s either revoked or replaced by another will.



Got additional questions or need Legal Advice in Panama City, Florida?

If you have a legal issue and would like to speak with Attorney Albritton or one of the firm’s other trial lawyers, contact us today to schedule an appointment to sit down and discuss it.



Albritton Law Firm | 23 Harrison Avenue | Panama City, FL 32401 | Phone: | (850)215-0200