making a will

A Will is a document that any person can have drawn up and that they then sign. It will contain instructions as to what is to happen to their assets when they die. If a person does not make a Will, their estate will be divided in a way that is set out in law. However, the people who will then benefit may not be the people the deceased person would have wished to benefit.

There are strict rules about the signing and witnessing of a Will and the chances of it having no legal effect because it is invalid are relatively high. It is for this reason alone that we would always advise a client to have a Will prepared by a solicitor.  Please complete the form below to assist us in providing you with an accurate quotation to prepare a Will. 

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1. What is your marital/civil status?

2. Have you been separated, divorced or had a civil partnership dissolved?

3. If separated, divorced or had a civil partnership dissolved, was the separation, divorce or dissolution obtained in Ireland?

4. What assets do you have?

5. Do you have any assets that are outside this jurisdiction – for example, a holiday home abroad?

6. What is your estimate of the value of your estate?

7.Do you have children?

9. Do you need to make special arrangements for a spouse/civil partner or any child who is living with a disability?

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