This means they could be forced to sell the family home, and your money distributed according to the law rather than your wishes.
In this instance, the law dictates that the estate goes first to the husband or wife, then to any children, grandchildren, parents, brothers or sisters, half-brothers or sisters, grandparents, aunts or uncles and any half-aunts and uncles.
The more extended the family, the more likely the chance of a row.
If you live with your partner, but are not married or in a legal civil partnership, then they are not automatically entitled to anything when you die.
Passengers gripe that they are paying for a top-of-the-range experience with BA, but getting the sort of service they associate with budget carriers.
It's the really good companies that do what they said they were going to do and I find that really inspiring - the businesses that do not faff around with what they say.With every transaction in a shop, hotel or bar, a combination of poor exchange rates and hidden card charges can quickly spoil the memory of a good holiday.