Wills, Enduring Powers of Attorney and Administration of Estates

Our areas of expertise in probate law include:

No matter how large or small your estate you should consider making a Will or setting up a Trust for children and dependents. Making a Will allows you to make decisions with regard to the distribution of your estate. Without a Will, your property will be divided out amongst your relatives according to the rule of law, which may not be in accordance with your wishes.

We can guide you through the process of making a Will in confidence and can provide you with reliable advice in relation to your individual legal and tax planning needs.

Additionally, where someone has passed away either with or without leaving a Will, our probate staff can assist in the administration of that deceased person’s estate.

Why Do Clients Value Our Service?

I take this opportunity to express my appreciation of the excellence of the professional advice which I have received during my meetings with you and Eoghan and the understanding manner in which it was conveyed to me. I wish to acknowledge the courtesy with which I was received at your offices during the period of those meetings.

J.H., Private Client

Probate Matter

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Feel free to contact us in confidence at any stage to discuss your legal requirements
and one of our experienced and friendly team will assist you.