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Wills – frequently asked questions

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فوركس سيدني go site It is important to review your will and, if your circumstances change, such as the birth of a grandchild, that your will reflects new decisions you have made in light of these changes. Here are just some of the questions that grandparents ask:

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Q: What happens if you do not leave a will?

click here A: If a person does not leave a will then he or she dies ‘intestate’ and the rules of intestacy determine who inherits their estate.

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Q: Will my common law partner inherit my estate?

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Q: Does a spouse automatically inherit an estate?

source link A: This is not necessarily so. Other members of your family may make a claim on your estate.

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Q: Who will benefit from my estate?

get link A: This depends on the value of your estate, whether or not you leave children (grandchildren, great-grandchildren) or other issue such as illegitimate and adopted children, and certain other categories of relatives.

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Q: How long does a spouse need to survive to be eligible to inherit?

الخيارات الثنائية عدد الصفقات في اليوم الواحد A: 28 days.

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Q: What is the threshold for inheriting my spouse’s estate?

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Q: What happens if the net estate is more than £125,000?

here A: If the net estate is more than £125,000 the spouse inherits personal effects, the statutory legacy – currently £125,000 – and life interest in half the remaining balance of the estate.

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Some useful links

go site DirectGov: Making a will – This government website gives useful Information on inheritance thresholds and other information on drawing up wills .





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