Trustee compensation in Florida is determined first by the terms of the Trust, then by what is reasonable under the circumstances.
Under certain conditions, the principal place of administration of a Trust can be designated in the Trust itself. However, certain limitations may apply.
In Florida, in order for a Will to be enforceable, it must be signed by the testator/testatrix in front of two witnesses.
With two exceptions, in a formal Florida probate, a Personal Representative must be represented by an attorney.