From The Probate Practice Survey

Three in ten people aged over 60 do not have a will, according to research carried out by the Probate Practice.

Dying intestate (without a will) means that you have no say over what happens to your estate, ie the money and assets you
leave behind.

Unsurprisingly, young people are the least likely to be thinking about a legacy, with nine out of ten aged between 16 and
29 not having a will.

Mind you those in the mid stages of their lives are also reluctant, with eight out of ten aged 30 to 44 and six out of ten between 45 and 59, not having wills.

The research was carried out exclusively for The Probate Practice. We surveyed 1,000 people online.

Full survey can be found online here.

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