Wills & Succession Planning
“Expert advice in planning your estate.”
Preparing your will and estate planning pays dividends in the long-run. Not only does it provide you with the peace of mind to know your assets will be distributed as you wish when you pass, but it also helps avoid unnecessary heartache and legal worries for your nearest and dearest.
At Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan Solicitors we cannot stress enough the importance of putting your affairs in order before the unthinkable happens. Our legal team is experienced in advising individuals and their families, business partners and trustees on their legal options.
We carefully take clients through each stage of planning their estate and the practicalities that must be decided upon, including the care of children, creation of trusts, division of assets and personal property and the assurance today that their wishes will be enacted in the future. Following a person’s death, we will advise on all elements of administration of their estate to ensure that matters are processed quickly and efficiently.
Putting a will in place whilst you are sound of mind is the sensible thing to do so that you and those closest to you are fully aware of your wishes in relation to your estate and assets. Failing to put a will in place can lead to time-consuming legal repercussions and cause a lot of worry and distress for those whom you leave behind.
Power of Attorney
Should you be concerned that you may become incapacitated and not of sound mind, either through an unfortunate accident or illness, we can establish an Enduring Power of Attorney to ensure your legal and financial affairs are conducted in your best interests and under the control of a person of your choosing.
We provide specialist legal advice on the following areas:
- Making a will
- Estate & Succession Planning
- Applications for all forms of Grant of Representation to include Probate & Intestate
- Power of Attorney & Enduring Power of Attorney
- Ward of Court Applications
- Trust Formation & Administration
- Taxation Advice
- Contesting a will
To find out more about how Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan Solicitors can assist you with Wills & Succession Planning, please click here to complete our short form and we will be in touch.
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Latest News & Advice
This is where we share the latest Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan updates and discuss topical issues with you.
1 May 2018
Ireland’s Smear Test Controversy - Have You Been Affected?
Following the award of €2.5 million by the High Court last month to a terminally ill patient who’s cervical cancer was mis-diagnosed, an urgent review of Ireland’s cervical screening process is now underway.Read More
30 April 2018
GDPR - What You Need To Know
Whilst Data Protection legislation is nothing new, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - which comes into effect on 25 May 2018 - puts in place new and rigorous requirements for organisations and how they handle the personal data of EU citizens. It gives new and enhanced powers to the Data Protection Commissioner, and provides for costly fines to penalise non-compliance.Read More
24 April 2018
Parents through Surrogacy - are you eligible for leave entitlement?
For couples choosing surrogacy as a means to have a child, there can be many hurdles to overcome and issues to work through. One issue that arises time and again for intended mothers (the person who enters into a surrogacy arrangement with a surrogate mother to carry and deliver a child for them) in Ireland is that of leave - whether that is maternity leave, adoptive leave or parental leave.