Law of Intestacy Guidance 2017-04-20T09:56:29+00:00

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At Blanchard’s Inheritance Recovery we are experts in the Law of Intestacy and offer guidance to anyone who is faced with intestate succession. We understand that every case is different and have a team of experienced case managers who can assist you. We offer our services at no cost to members of the public sector
The Law of Intestacy applies when someone dies without leaving a valid will; it is a scenario that we deal with on a daily basis. This law also applies in the case of partial intestacy, when someone dies leaving a will that disposes of some but not all of their estate.
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