Inheritance warning as common ‘myth’ sees couples at risk of missing out on legal rights
22nd September 2022
Unmarried couples are being warned they could be set for an inheritance nightmare, due to a “common law” myth. Perhaps most importantly is the rule that states there is normally no inheritance tax to pay if a person leaves everything above the threshold to their spouse or civil partner.
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