Wills, Estate Planning & Probate

Making a will is a relatively straightforward process, but its importance in Irish law cannot be over emphasised. Whereas making a will and keeping it up to date is not difficult, the problems that can arise if you die intestate (without leaving a valid will) can be extremely complex and difficult to solve. People die unexpectedly every day, whether the death is expected or not, if they haven’t put their affairs in order, families and loved ones often face a long and difficult battle to get what is rightfully theirs. Avoid this unnecessary trouble by making (or updating) your will today.

Making a will is the only way you can be sure that your wishes will be carried out after your death. Although it is a relatively straightforward document, good practical legal advice will help you make the provisions that best suit your needs and the needs of your dependents. Our solicitors can give you confidential, friendly and professional advice that will help you to give effect to your wishes after your death.

Probate

Probate describes the process of executing the deceased person’s wishes after their death and going through the legal procedures laid down by the State when dealing with the deceased’s estate.

As always, our service is extremely effective and our fees are competitive.

Contact:

Aideen Shanley
Aideen Shanley
Email: ashanley@moranryan.com