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    Digital Assets in your Will

    We all use the web daily. The number of online accounts and the value of digital assets are only going to increase. So why do so few people consider what will happen to their digital assets when they die?The story of Gerald Cotten may ring a bell with you.  £100m locked up, with his executors and heirs unable to reach it.   Read all about it here.Think of two categories.Financial Information - While not being an asset itself, it can lead us to our assets and liabilities such as...

    Intestacy For Buy To Let Investors

    Dying IntestateDo you have a Will? If you die without one, your estate may not be distributed in the way you would have intended, and it might cause real problems for your family. The issue is of particular concern to buy-to-let investors, who own flats and houses in addition to their family home.If you do not have a Will in Scotland, your estate is divided according to the rules of intestacy.Firstly, if there is a surviving spouse they get PRIOR RIGHTS.The family home (if they live there) up...


    A recent ruling in the Court of Appeal in England and Wales highlights that although you can leave your money to whom you like there are some limitations, wherever you live in the UK.England, Scotland and Wales, like the United States, have a tradition of "testamentary freedom" - the idea being that you can, in theory, leave your wealth to whoever you like.Countries like France, Spain and the Republic of Ireland, by contrast, have fixed heirship shares.However in Scotland, children and spouses...

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