What Happens When You Don’t Make a Will? Intestacy Simplified

When a person dies having failed to make a will, he/she is said to have died intestate. This means that his estate will be distributed in accordance with the Succession Act, 1965, part VI (sections 67-75). This sets out the rules for distribution on intestacy, the shares of surviving spouses and issue, the shares of parents, brothers, […]

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