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How Long Does Probate Take in Ireland? Probate Solicitors

How Long Does Probate Take in Ireland? It is difficult to say exactly how long the Probate process takes. In some estates, a Grant of Probate is issued within months of the testator's death. More typically, however, it will take a year or…
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Should I make a Will without a Solicitor?

Can I make a Will without a solicitor? Yes, you are allowed to make a Will without a solicitor, but you run the risk of making a mistake. At best, this could cause a gift to fail. At worst, it could invalidate the entire Will, meaning your estate…
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What is Probate and How Does it Work in Ireland?

What is Probate and How Does it Work in Ireland? Probate is a legal process which gives a person (or a number of people) the authority to deal with a deceased person’s estate. In Ireland, Probate works by making an application to the Probate…
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How to Sell a House in Probate?

You must get a Grant of Representation before you can close the sale of a probate property. In the meantime, you can put the property on the market and even accept an offer. Dealing with a deceased person’s property When someone dies, their…
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How to Make a Will

A Will is a legal document that sets out how your belongings should be distributed after your death. It can also detail other wishes, such as who you want your executors to be. There are strict rules about what can and cannot be included…
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What is the Difference Between a Will and Probate? Gibson & Associates LLP

A Will is a legal document that records what should happen to your property after your death, along with any other wishes. Probate is a legal process that gives a person, or a group of people, the authority to deal with a deceased person’s…
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Here are quick answers to common questions about Wills & Probate in Ireland

It’s a topic that we generally don’t like to think about or at least not now anyway, maybe when the time comes…but all of us will experience a bereavement at some point, or maybe you are thinking about your children’s future, then do…