Top Seven Reasons to Write a Will
Having a valid will is arguably one of the most important things you can do for yourself and your family, and dying without a will can cause significant problems for the people you leave behind. Around 180,000 people a year die without making a will, which is a shocking 56% of all UK deaths. Not only can a will legally protect your spouse, children and assets, it can also spell out exactly how you would like things to be handled after you have passed on. Whilst we know that each person’s situation varies, here are our top seven reasons to have a will, in no particular order.
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What happens if I die without a will?
When someone dies without a will, their estate is divided up according to standard rules – known as intestacy law. Depending on where you live in Britain, the rules of intestacy are slightly different. Find out who would be entitled to your money, property and possessions if you were to die without making a will.
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