The circumstances of not having a legally binding Will, is known as dying Intestate which means that you have no ability to decide how your Estate is distributed, and this would lead to the following challenging scenarios being presented to the deceased family.
It is essential to have a Will as it protects your Assets from being subject to punitive levels of Inheritance Tax which your family and loved ones would be deprived from rightfully benefiting from.
The Intestacy Rules govern who can be appointed as the Personal Representative (PRs) of the Estate, and this bestows a significant responsibility for dealing with the Administration of the Estate.
The role of a PR is an unnecessarily challenging and highly demanding obligation to place on a member of your family, and this would be avoided with a Will being made by our specialist Solicitors who would assist you with ensuring you have the expert legal advice and support with providing Estate Planning advice and making your Will which would avoid the necessary heartache and pain which is inevitable when you die without a Legally Binding Will.
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