Intestacies

When a person dies without a Will, this is known as intestacy. Often when there is no Will, family members are not sure where to turn. However, the law sets out who has the legal right to deal with the assets and benefit from them. Generally speaking it will be the next of kin of the person who has died who deals with the estate and benefits from it, but it can be a worrying time where there is no Will to guide you.

Crosse + Crosse can help you through this process by giving practical and sympathetic advice and ensuring that the process is as smooth as possible. If you would like further information, please speak to a member of our team below.

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