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What happens when someone dies without a Will?

What happens when someone dies without a Will?

Thu 26 May 2022

By EDDIE BELL

The most important document to look for when somebody dies is their Will. Sometimes, however, you might not be able to find one and this may be because they never made one. This is referred to as dying intestate. In that case, the law sets out who inherits what from the estate and who is responsible for administering it.
Should there be free legal aid for kinship carers?

Should there be free legal aid for kinship carers?

Fri 20 May 2022

Kinship Care is when a child lives full-time or most of the time with a relative or friend who...
What are deeds of variation?

What are deeds of variation?

Tue 10 May 2022

Rik Mayall, actor unexpectedly died in June 2014 leaving his family exposed to a large inheritance tax bill (IHT) because he had...
Corporate Q4 2021 Director Award Winner - Julia Stygal

Corporate Q4 2021 Director Award Winner - Julia Stygal

Wed 27 April 2022

Congratulations to Julia Stygal who has won our Corporate Directors Award for Q4 2021! Julia...
Legal Q4 Director's Award Winner - Stuart Henry

Legal Q4 Director's Award Winner - Stuart Henry

Wed 27 April 2022

Congratulations to Stuart Henry who has
How do Taylor Rose MW support the environment?

How do Taylor Rose MW support the environment?

Fri 22 April 2022

World Earth Day takes place on the 22nd April with many organisations working to aid with environmental issues including: Climate and environmental literacy End...
What is the difference between a Mutual and Mirror Will?

What is the difference between a Mutual and Mirror Will?

Wed 20 April 2022

While you may have heard people refer to making a ‘Joint Will’ with their partner or spouse, these documents do not in fact exist in law.
What are the changes to divorce law?

What are the changes to divorce law?

Wed 6 April 2022

Finally, the Law has changed the requirement to seek to rely upon a Fact for Divorcing your Spouse in...
Testamentary Freedom - How much do we have?

Testamentary Freedom - How much do we have?

Wed 30 March 2022

In England and Wales, we have what is called ‘Testamentary...
What is the difference between a Leasehold V Freehold?

What is the difference between a Leasehold V Freehold?

Fri 18 March 2022

Buying a leasehold or freehold property can raise many questions. From knowing who is responsible for arranging...


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