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The dangers of dying intestate

 Nia Wharry, Partner & Head of Wills & Estate Planning

 When a person dies intestate (without writing or even signing a Will), it can cause all sorts of problems for those left behind. This article highlights some of the issues that can occur, particularly if there are children from previous relationships involved. If you have a loved one who has died without making a Will, we can help. But the main message is make a Will to protect those you leave behind.

‘His unsigned will left his plans – and me – in ruins’: How a widow’s life was plunged into uncertainty after her husband died without signing his will.

 When Danaë Brook’s husband died suddenly without signing his will, her inheritance was left subject to the little-known laws of intestacy. Here, she describes the legal, emotional and financial turmoil that followed.

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