Article preview: How do you plan to split your assets when you die? Who gets your wealth in your will can be a thorny question, with bigger challenges presented to larger families and ‘blended’ families, including those with children from previous marriages. Some new research has found that only 39% of Brits who have made a will plan to divide their money equally between beneficiaries. The research, carried out by Direct Line Life Insurance, found that more than one in ten Brits have already received an inheritance from an unequally allocated estate, suggesting this practice will become more commonplace in the future.
Leaving unequal amounts in your will
This 776 word blog post looks at the growing trend of leaving unequal amounts to beneficiaries on death, and some of the challenges associated with doing this. Includes an expert comment from Jane Morgan, Business Manager at Direct Line Life Insurance. Written on 21st November 2018.
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