What happen to a Will, etc. when you move to another state?

My wife and I had the following documents drawn up: Durable Power of Attorney, Advance Directive and Wills. The, recently, we moved to another state. Are the documents still


Asked on June 9, 2016 under Estate Planning, Florida


S.L,. Member, California Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 4 years ago | Contributor

The Durable Power of Attorney, Advanced Directive and Wills remain valid when moving frfom one state to another.
States have uniform provisions in the Probate Code so that a Will drafted in one state remains valid when a person moves to another state.

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