Last Will And Testament For UK Nationals Living at Home or Abroad

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Last Will and Testament Just 59.99 or 99.99 for two Legal professionally written Wills.
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When someone dies without making a Last Will all their assets and belongings are distributed according to the laws governing intestacy.
         
                      Are you  Married?
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NO NO-Do you have children or grandchildren?
Your estate goes to your children in equal shares, (if your children have pre-deceased you) Then to your grand-children in equal shares.  YES

YES-Your estate goes to your children in equal shares, (if your children have pre-deceased you) Then to your grand-children in equal shares.

Do you have children or grandchildren?

This does not include step-children who have not been legally adopted.

 
NO NO-Are your parents still alive?
Your estate goes to your parents in equal shares YES YES-Your estate goes to your parents in equal shares Are your parents still alive?
 
NO NO-Do you have any siblings, nephews or nieces still living?
Your estate goes to your siblings in equal shares, if siblings have pre-deceased you, then to nephews and nieces in equal shares. YES Do you have any siblings, nephews or nieces still living?
 
NO
Your estate goes to your grandparents in equal shares. YES Are any of your grandparents still living?
 
NO
Your estate goes to your aunts and uncles in equal shares. If they have pre-deceased you, then to  your cousins in equal shares. YES YES-Your estate goes to your aunts and uncles in equal shares. If they have pre-deceased you, then to  your cousins in equal shares. Do you have any aunts, uncles or cousins?
 
NO NO-CROWN TAKES ALL
  The Crown inherits all of  your estate
 

 

Its Important  to remember that Making a Last Will and Testament takes away any ambiguity, confusion, or doubt, and if written professionally virtually guarantees that your estate will pass to the people you choose. 

 
 YES  Yes-Is your personal estate worth more than 125,000?
 
Is your personal estate worth more than 325,000? NONO-Your Spouse inherits everything. Your Spouse inherits everything.
 YESYES-Do you have children including adopted children?
 
Do you have children including adopted children?

(NOTE).           Step children do not have the same rights to your estate. If you wish for them to be included in your will you have to name them.

YES YES-Your spouse inherits the first 125,000 plus personal chattels. Your spouse inherits the first 325,000 plus personal chattels. 

The remaining half  goes to your  natural, (including) adopted children in equal shares, when they reach age 18 (In most cases) 

NONO-Do you have any siblings, parents,  nephews or  nieces,  still living?  
 
Do you have any siblings, parents,  nephews or  nieces,  still living? YES YES-Your spouse inherits the first 200,000 plus your personal chattels and 50% of the remaining estate. The rest goes to your surviving parents, or to your surviving siblings in equal shares. (if not alive then to nephews/nieces in equal shares). Your spouse inherits the first 200,000 plus your personal chattels and 50% of the remaining estate. The rest goes to your surviving parents, or to your surviving siblings in equal shares. (if not alive then to nephews/nieces in equal shares).
NONO-Your spouse inherits everything.  
 
Your spouse inherits everything.

 

 

 

 

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