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What is a Codicil? Attorney L. Reed Bloodworth is managing partner of Bloodworth Law, with offices in Orlando, Florida, and Winter Haven, Florida. Bloodworth Law handles estate litigation for clients in cities, counties and courts across Florida. Lets answer the question, what is a codicil? A codicil is a legal document that allows you to make a simple change to your will. It amends, but does not revoke, the existing will. In some cases, a codicil prevents you from having to revoke an existing will and write an entirely new will. What are some examples of where a codicil may be used? -- A friend or family member needs to be added or removed as a beneficiary --You want to provide more or less money to a beneficiary In Florida, the addition of a codicil to a will must be properly executed. The amended will with the new codicil is signed by the testator, and must be signed in the presence of two witnesses, and in the presence of a licensed notary. The notary signs the affidavit and stamp