UK intestacy rules are the laws that apply when someone dies without leaving a Will. In the absence of a valid Will, it is these rules that decide how a person’s estate (an estate is another word for everything they owned including money, property, possessions and debt) is distributed after they die. In other words, an individual who dies without having a Will in place is described as having died intestate, which means that the estate will be distributed according to the rules of intestacy.

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Everybody should make a Will during their lifetime and more importantly review their Wills on a regular basis. In these uncertain times, it is more important than ever that the opportunity is taken to review your circumstances and prepare a Will. A Will puts you in control and enables you to protect the interests of your family and ensure your wishes are carried out after you ...