Intestacy – Dying Without a Will

After you’re gone, the last thing you want for your family is stress and complications that can be avoided. Dying without a will is known and intestacy in legal terms, and should this happen it can cause stressful problems for your loved ones during an already stressful time. Our intestate solicitors can go through the intestacy rules and inheritance laws and how they may apply in your situation. We can also help you avoid this situation by writing a Will that is legally binding.

Our Intestacy Solicitors are Here for You

If your loved ones have died without leaving a Will, our intestacy solicitors will provide you with as much help and guidance through the process as possible. The rules surrounding the eventuality of a person dying without a will are complex, and you may need the assistance of an experienced probate solicitor to guide you through this trying time, avoiding unnecessary stresses.

Intestate Probate Law

If you die without having made a Will, strict inheritance laws or Intestacy Rules will apply to determine who will administer and benefit from the estate. If you do not leave a Will, there is no guarantee that your estate will be distributed the way you would wish

 In order to deal with the estate of a deceased person who has not left a Will it is usually necessary for one of the potential beneficiaries to make an application to the Probate Registry for a Grant of Letters of Administration.

Contact our Intestacy Solicitors Today

Contact Carter Law to discuss your situation with our intestacy lawyers in Manchester. With offices in Manchester and London, we can represent clients anywhere in the UK; we will be with you every step of the way and work closely with you to ensure you receive the best service.

For a free consultation with a Wills and Probate
solicitor, please call us on 0844 414 0667