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The Importance of Making a Will - a simple guide to intestacy

When a person dies without having left a valid will, he or she is said to have died “intestate”. The law sets out the rules which apply in that situation, and the following is a simple guide following some recent changes...

the benefits of making a will

The above shows that not having a will can mean that your estate can end up with distant relatives that you would not expect to benefit. In addition, intestacy causes significant problems for those you leave behind. It is therefore as important as ever to make a will.

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