Dying Without a Will

Should you die without making a Will the intestacy rules apply. These are complex and could mean that the people who you wished to benefit at your death may not.

Making a Will should be a priority for anyone who owns a house or car or has any savings.

For example, a spouse or civil partner of someone who dies intestate, will only be entitled to the first £125,000.00 of their Estate. Above this the remainder is split in half with the spouse or civil partner receiving the income but not the capital during their life, plus personal items, and the other half being split equally between any children who then receive the other half share of the capital on the death of the spouse or civil partner. Making a Will ensures that your wishes and intentions are carried out after your death.


Email Kim Welford at kw@franklinslaw.co.uk
or alternatively telephone 01525 376 611 today.
Dying without a
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