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How Failing To Have A Will Can Affect You And 3 Steps You Can Take To Ensure You`re Protected
It’s unfortunate that most Brits don’t have a will in place because they don’t want to structure one yet failing to sacrifice a few minutes of your time to meet with a professional will writer may cost your family thousands in tax if you were to pass.
3 Things You Can Do to Ensure You’re Protected
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5 REASONS WHY HAVING A WILL IS IMPORTANT
Be In Control; Firstly a will puts you in control. You can choose who will benefit from your estate and what they are entitled to. You also decide who will administer your affairs after your death.
Minimise estate taxes; Another reason to have a will is because it allows you to minimise your estate taxes. The value of what you give away to family members or charity will reduce the value of your estate when it’s time to pay estate taxes.
Marriage Effects Your Will; Unless you make a will following your marriage, the rules of intestacy apply. This means that unless you have children, your surviving spouse will receive everything. If you have children, your spouse will receive the first £250,000 and half of the remainder of your estate.
Your Will Can Be Challenged When You Die; When you die your will may be contested which shows the importance of having a will written by professional.
You Could Be Affected by the “commorientes" rules; If you and your spouse were to have a simultaneous death such as a car accident and it couldn’t be deemed who died first then then it would be deemed to be the eldest. If you have children from a different relationship it could mean the children miss out on the inheritance.