When someone dies without making a will, the law prescribes who benefits from that estate. It is important to realise that in the absence of a will, the cohabitee has no automatic rights to any part of a deceased estate: if there are children it will go to them. It is important whenever there is long term cohabitation and you treat each other as though you were married, you should make a will.
By making a will, you can decide what happens to your possessions after death and it is the best way to ensure that family and friends get what you wish them to.
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