Florida Affidavit of Death Certificate

Includes:

  • 15-Minute quick consult with attorney
  • Our attorneys prepare the document for free.
  • Formatted to meet county recording requirements.
  • Documents delivered ready for notary, witnesses, and county recorder within 24-hours after your consultation. 

$299

The process to settle an estate can be complicated, more so if original copies of a death certificate are not available to provide to banks, lenders, and other institutions to prove the claim. In that case, you would want to obtain a Florida Affidavit of Death, which serves as a written solemn oath that states a death occurred. It does not take the place of a certified death certificate, but it may be deemed acceptable documentation by some businesses with which the deceased had an interest. Use this document to change the ownership of real estate or close out accounts when the original death certificate is not available. The person completing the affidavit is essentially swearing under oath that they reviewed the actual document and that the information provided on the affidavit is true and accurate.

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When a loved one passes, family members, executors and/or beneficiaries have many responsibilities to carry out. This will often include the act of closing out bank accounts, claiming insurance policies, and distributing real estate property to the heirs according to the will or trust, if either exists. Without a will or trust, the assets of the deceased will be distributed through Florida’s Intestacy Statutes.

In either case, the process can be lengthy, time consuming, and complicated, more so if original copies of a death certificate are not available to provide to banks, lenders, and other institutions to prove the claim. In that case, you would want to obtain a Florida Affidavit of Death.

A Florida Affidavit of Death is a document that serves as a written solemn oath that states a death occurred. To be clear, it does not take the place of a certified death certificate, but it may be deemed acceptable documentation by some businesses with which the deceased had an interest.

Use this document to change the ownership of real estate or close out accounts when the original death certificate is not available. The person completing the affidavit is essentially swearing under oath that they reviewed the actual document and that the information provided on the affidavit is true and accurate.

If you need a Florida Affidavit of Death, QuickDeeds.com is here to help. Our attorneys will get right to work and make your transaction as seamless as possible. We ensure that your Florida Affidavit of Death is compliant with state and county laws and regulations and notary-ready.

To easily obtain a Florida Affidavit of Death, get started by filling out our simple form and scheduling a consultation with our team. One of our professional estate attorneys will assess your needs to ensure you get the legal document that is appropriate for your situation. QuickDeeds.com is Florida’s number one source for fast and affordable legal documents.

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