What happens if you die without a Will? Your nearest, but not necessarily your dearest could get all!

If you don’t have a will when you die, a position known as “intestacy”, the laws of intestacy come into effect. Your property and assets could be distributed in a manner which you may not have wished for. Therefore, your property and assets may eventually go to family members who you may not have wished for – they may be your nearest, but not your dearest! If you do not have any living members of family, your property and assets go to the Crown.

If you are separated, but are not divorced and you don’t have a will, that’s a major problem. If you are not divorced, then you are legally married and your stands to inherit at least half of your property and savings regardless of what your wishes might have been.

It’s essential to make sure your assets are passed down to your loved ones – and there’s never been a better time to get started. Throughout November, you’ll receive a 50-percent discount and help your chosen charity when you make your Will with us.