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Irish Grant of Probate with UK domicile

For beneficiaries of wills made by UK residents, getting control of assets held in Ireland as part of the administration of the estate can be difficult. We can assist.

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Wills and a Spouse’s Legal Right Share

Wills and a Spouse’s Legal Right Share

The Succession Act 1965 provides a spouse with some protection if they are disinherited or left less than they may have expected under a will.

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Wills and a Child’s Entitlements.

Wills and a Child’s Entitlements.

Under Irish succession law, a child is not automatically entitled to benefit under a parent’s will. If a parent wants to disinherit a child or children…

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Time limits for challenging wills.

There are two ways in which a disappointed person can challenge a will which he or she believes to be unfair:

Under s. 117 of the Succession Act, the Court can consider whether a…

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If you are thinking of engaging a lawyer, why not contact us today to see if we can assist? Any of our solicitors will be delighted to speak with you without obligation.

McGrath McGrane Solicitors

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