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Bakit mahalaga ang may “Will” or “Testament” sa UK?

Alam mo bang maraming tao ang namatay tapos ang kanilang mga kayamanan ay hindi naibigay sa kanilang pamilya dahil ang mga ito napunta lamang sa government or sa Crown? Sa United Kingdom, if there are no surviving relatives who can inherit under the rules of intestacy, the estate (pag-aari ng namatay) passes to the Crown. This is known as bona vacantia. The Treasury Solicitor is then responsible for dealing with the estate. 

Mahalaga na meron kang Will or Living Testament kahit na isipin mong hindi marami ang iyong possessions or pera. It is important to make a will because:

Requirements for a valid will

Kahit may will na, pero kelangan legal and valid ito. In order for a will to be valid, it must be:

A witness or the married partner of a witness cannot benefit from a will. If a witness is a beneficiary (or the married partner or civil partner of a beneficiary), the will is still valid but the beneficiary will not be able to inherit under the will.

Although it will be legally valid even if it is not dated, it is advisable to ensure that the will also includes the date on which it is signed.

As soon as the will is signed and witnessed, it is complete. If you want an assistance to do a legal and valid will, please contact us.  #pinoyukimmigrationexpert


My name is Mr.  Don Magsino, BSc, MBA, GDL. I am a Trainee Solicitor at Queen’s Park Solicitors. We are based at Suite 4, Stewart House, 56 Longbridge Road, Barking, Essex IG11 8RW, United Kingdom | Telephone: 02036437508 | Fax: 02033931725  |Email: |Regulated by the Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA) 


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