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I need to make a will but have not got around to it yet. If

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I need to make a will but have not got around to it yet. If something happens to me am I right in thinking that all my estate would automatically pass to my daughter or as I am still married although separated would it go to my husband

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If you die without making a Will, your Estate will be distributed in accordance with the strict Rules of Intestacy. So, while you are still married, albeit separated, your husband is still seen as your legal next of kin and the first £250,000 of your Estate would pass to him.

I set out a link expalining in detail the full Intestacy rules.

I would of course suggest that you make a Will!

I hope ths helps and answers your question.

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