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In many cases, married couples or people in a legally recognised civil partnership will pass their wealth on to their partner via their Will. Normally, on the first death, everything is passed to the survivor and then to any children (if they have them). Although this is probably the simplest way, passing on your wealth through a trust can be tax-efficient and provide more protection for your money.

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