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Probate Processing Times

Following a death, it is often (though not always) necessary to have a will ‘proven’. Recent changes to the system of proving a will should speed up the process. As a guide, from the date…

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De Facto Relationships

Unmarried couples have rights and entitlements similar to married couples in Irish immigration practise.Non EEA nationals in a durable relationship with an Irish or EU partner can obtain…

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New Civil Partnership Bill

This act is due to be passed this year. At present the term “common law wife/husband” is not recognised in Irish law. If a relationship ends, regardless of duration, unless a party can show…

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Entitlement of Spouse Under the Succession Acts

Our client’s husband died leaving a will in which very little provision was made for her.The Succession Act contains protection for widows and widowers left in this position. We issued…

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State Settles Family Reunification Case

The Government has made an out of court settlement in a case brought before the High Court by the Immigrant Council of Ireland in relation to a decision to refuse an Irish family’s Chinese…

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