Beneficiaries

Anyone can benefit from your will but there are some special rules

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Written by Sindy Allen, Sehrish Alam, and Boldizsar Dancza

Section 33 Wills Act 1837

This article explains the meaning and effect of Section 33 Wills Act 1837
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Can I leave a Gift to my Animal pet?

This article explains how and when it is possible to make provision for your pet in your Will.
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Leaving gifts to charity in a Will

How to support a charity in your Will and the benefits
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Dependants

Who is dependant on you and why it's important when you make your Will
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Named Beneficiaries - Friends and Others

How to nominate friends and non-family members in your will
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Can you disinherit family and dependants?

The extent to which you can disinherit close family members and dependants
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Gifts beyond immediate family

How to nominate broader family as beneficiaries
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Child Beneficiary

Leaving gifts to children under the age of 18
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Long term partners outside of marriage or civil partnership

A Will can be critical to ensure your partner inherits from you
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Spouse or Civil Partner as Beneficiary

Nominating spouses/civil partners as beneficiaries, and the effects of marriage/divorce/dissolution on a Will
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Updated over a week ago