Post death variations deals with the process of changing a will after a death. There are many reasons as to why a person may wish to change a will, and we can help educate you on the process or support you in making a decision.
Post death variation focusses on the change of distribution of the estate when an individual dies. A variation is available to a beneficiary of an estate should they wish to alter what they are entitled to receive (cash, property, shares etc.).
A person’s will can be changed if the beneficiaries left worse off by the changes agrees. Changes to the will need to be completed within 2 years of the death. Wills are usually changed to:
By working with our solicitors, you’ll be able to learn about your rights and the process should you wish to continue. The process involves writing a letter which meets certain conditions, as well as sending the information to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
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