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Case Studies England
Protecting your property
They decided to write a will in which the property will pass on to their children on their death, instead of reverting to the other spouse. At the same time, they also made sure that if one spouse marries, half of the property would still belong to the children.
Ensuring inheritance for a large family
The children left behind were just shy of gaining majority, but they were taken into care and had a tough time in obtaining their rightful inheritance once they came of age.
Unmarried partners secure themselves
When Sarah died suddenly, the assets smoothly passed on to Mina. Without a will, this would have not been possible and a mess would have been created, with Mina at odds with the rest of the deceased’s family. Not a pretty situation.
Providing for a relative
Unfortunately, Rachel died, and most of her assets went to the father with whom she had no contact in years, while Tracy was left bereft. With a will in place, this situation could have been avoided and Tracy could have been cared for properly.
Choosing Your Own Inheritor
But if he had neglected to take this precaution, his friends would have received nothing. If Mark had died intestate, his entire property would have been taken over by the government because he had no close family ties for legal inheritance.
Separated partner’s inheritance
A couple of weeks before the divorce came through, Rosie died. All her property, assets, and money were smoothly passed on to her parents. She was able to prevent her separated husband from inheriting, according to her wishes. Without a will, Reginald would have inherited the bulk of her assets.