How can I see or obtain a copy of a will?

At this time, the Florida Supreme Court does not allow public internet access for viewing imaged court documents. Images of probate court documents are available for viewing at any of the Clerk's locations on the public view terminals. Our staff will be happy to demonstrate if you should need assistance. The paper documents filed in the probate court files are available for viewing at the M.C. Blanchard Judicial Building location. If you would like to view a file, it is advisable to call ahead to be sure the file is available, and has not been sent to the court or to another office.

You may also order, by telephone or email, copies of any document not sealed by Florida Statute, Probate Rule, Administrative Order or Court Order. The copies will be mailed to you upon receipt of the service fee and postage.

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1. What is a will? When and where should it be filed?
2. Do you need an attorney to deposit a will?
3. What different types of proceedings can be filed depending on the size of the estate?
4. What happens if a person dies and has left no will?
5. What happens if there is a will filed but no personal representative has been named?
6. How are probate proceedings initiated?
7. What type of paperwork must accompany the form for filing a disposition of personal property without administration?
8. What happens after this information is filed with the Clerk?
9. How can I see or obtain a copy of a will?