Unlike Beneficiary Deeds in other states, the Florida Enhanced Life Estate Deed does not give the beneficiary any rights in the property while the current owner is alive. This means the current property owner can sell the property at any time without the beneficiary's consent and the beneficiary's creditors cannot attach liens to the property while the owner is alive. There is no creation of a "Life Estate," nor is a Trust required.
Instead of probate, the beneficiary need merely file the death certificate in the local county records for the property to be transferred.
See also my articles on the Texas Enhanced Life Estate Deed, Ohio Enhanced Life Estate Deed, and Kansas Enhanced Life Estate Deed.