Posts Tagged ‘Will’

No Will, no say

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The number of people dying without a will, that is to say “intestate”, remains alarmingly high. Yet, leaving things to chance can cause unnecessary stress and heartache for loved ones left behind. The intestacy rules, which determine who inherits  your estate  if you have not made a will, date back almost a century, and despite recent reforms,… Continue reading →

Why have a Will?

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A common misconception is that by ignoring the need to plan for the end of life and beyond, the need to do so will simply go away, says Helena Woodhouse.  Spoiler alert – this is not the case.  Wills are not frightening, and they certainly do not have to be… Continue reading →