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What Is a Kindred? Definition, Uses and Importance.

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The relatives of the decedent are those persons who would inherit from them under Florida’s Probate Code.

Currently, the term “kindred” is used in various provisions of the Probate Code, including a provision specifying the taking of the place of the deceased transferee by the issue of the deceased transferee, as specified, if a transferee is dead when a testamentary instrument is executed or fails or is treated as failing to survive the transferor or until a future time required by the instrument.

The term “kindred” would be defined in this bill to specifically exclude the transferor’s spouse from the term for the purposes of that provision.

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