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Did you know?
Unmarried partners do not automatically receive a share in your Estate and are not entitled to administer your Estate
If you die without a will the law will dictate which of your family members receives your Estate, even if you did not want them to have a share
If you are separated but not yet divorced your spouse is still entitled to potentially inherit your entire Estate if you do not make a will
In 2009 the treasury received a total of £76m from the unclaimed estates of people who died without a will
A recent study by the Legal Services Board found that 1 in 4 wills failed their official assessment, meaning they were either completely invalid or didn’t properly reflect what the person wanted to happen