Wills and Inheritance in England and Wales

If you have or are about to acquire assets in England you should consider how they will be dealt with after you die to ensure that the process of administering your English estate is as smooth as possible for your loved ones.

Dealing with cross border wills and estates can be extremely complex and the laws that relate to you will depend on your own specific circumstances. It is important that you seek your own advice in relation to your wills and inheritance matters.

Guide to Wills and Probate in England and Wales

We have provided some very general information below, which assumes that you are domiciled outside of England and Wales and have assets in both England and another country. This information is not a substitute for specific advice from a properly qualified and experienced lawyer. Worldwide Lawyers can connect you to a lawyer with the appropriate experience to assist you should you need to take advice or action in relation the succession of your English assets.

Resealing Grants of Probate in the UK

For information about dealing with estate assets located in the UK where the deceased lived outside of the UK, follow this link: Resealing A Grant of Probate in the UK.

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