Mar 24, 2020
By making a will you can ensure that when you die, your money, property and possessions go to people that you choose in the proportions you wish.
Research suggests just 28 per cent of…
May 01, 2015
cohabitees' rights, intestacy
A surviving cohabiting person has a right to make a claim against the estate of a person with whom they had lived and who dies without making a will.
The Civil Partnership and Certain…
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Introduction of eVetting for Citizenship Applicants
The Department of Justice has recently announced the introduction of eVetting…
Healthcare workers now eligible for Employment Permits
In an effort to meet increasing demand, the Minister for Enterprise, Trade…
Successful High Court ruling on a child's personal injury settlement
McGrath McGrane LLP was instructed by the parents of a child who suffered…
Section 117 Applications - Where a parent has failed to provide for a child in their Will
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