You don't have a will? Don't die intestate
By John Hughes, Tax Partner (pictured)
Intestacy is the consequence of dying without a will. Various surveys indicate that about two-thirds of adults fail to make
Even those who do plan ahead by making a will may still be caught up by the rules of intestacy. A will may prove to be invalid because of a procedural defect or even just because no-one can find it. A subsequent marriage often revokes a will, while a divorce can alter its terms.
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