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If you die without having made a will then you are said to have died "intestate". If this happens then the laws of intestacy govern who is to inherit your estate and this can lead to unexpected and undesired results. For example, if you do not leave a will then:-
- If you are married your spouse will not automatically inherit all of your estate.
- If you are not married your partner will not inherit your estate.
- You will not have made any provision for who should be appointed as guardians for your young children.
- You have not appointed anyone to act as your executor.
- The administration of your estate is likely to take significantly longer to complete than if you had left a will.
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