Holographic wills are invalid in Florida and therefore your assets will pass according to the Florida Intestacy Statute. Your assets located in the State of Florida will pass by the Florida Intestacy Statute even if you validly executed your holographic will in another State that allows holographic wills and then you later move to Florida.
The Florida Intestacy Statute provides a list of preference as to the distribution.
First person to inherit is your surviving spouse. If you have no children, your surviving spouse will get everything. If you have children, but all your children are from the same marriage, then your surviving spouse will also get everything.
If you have children from a different marriage then your spouse gets 50% and your children get the remaining 50%. Lastly, if the children are from the same marriage, and your surviving spouse has children from a separate marriage, then your surviving spouse will get 50% and your children will get the remaining 50%.
If you are not married, then your children get everything in equal parts. If one of your children predeceases you, then their children will inherit on their behalf.
If there are no children or grandkids, then the Intestacy Statute moves to your parents. If your parents are not alive, then it will move to your brothers and sisters, or the descendants of your brother and sister.
The Intestacy Statute goes on and list more individuals if at this point none of the foregoing individuals exist. Finally, if there is nobody that applies, meaning you have no family at all, the property will escheat (transfer) to the State of Florida.