Frequently Asked Questions

Having No Will

Frequently Asked Questions - Having No Will

If you die without having a will in place your estate will be subject to intestacy laws of the state, which determines how your bank accounts, securities, real estate and other assets you own will be distributed. This may or may not be in line with your wishes.

The intestacy laws will decide who inherits your estate, depending on whether you are married, in a civil partnership or have children this will determine how your estate will be inherited. Our advisers can help determine how your estate will be inherited if you do not have a will and help you decide the best options you have.

Often people include their funeral wishes in a will. Without your wishes specified in a will, it is up to family and friends to decide how your funeral is too carried out. Talk to a friendly adviser today to discuss how a will can benefit you.

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There’s no obligation to act on anything we tell you, but if you do wanted listen to our advice and tell us to do the work, that’s when we will charge a fee.

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