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Probate: sorting out the will and the estate


Probate – the loss of a family member is a most stressful time for a family it is important to seek proper legal assistance in administering the affairs of a Deceased loved one.

This applies whether the person has died leaving a Will (called Probate) or without making a Will (which is called Intestacy)

There are a number of issues of concern to family members, Executors/ Administrators and Beneficiaries immediately following the death of family members or friends. We can attend to the legal formalities following the death of a family member:

  • Arranging with the deceased's bank for prompt payment of the funeral expenses
  • Gathering information, calculations for the completion of Revenue Returns prior to the application to the Probate Office
  • Application for Grant of Probate in cases where a person dies having made a will
  • Application for Grant of Administration in cases where a person dies without having made a will.
  • Examination of rights of those entitled to the property of the deceased
  • Examination of rights of spouse and rights of children arising as a result of the deceased having made a will or having died intestate
  • Completing probate tax and inheritance tax returns
    Sale of assets and distribution of net proceeds

Please contact us or phone 045 851980 to arrange a consultation

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  • Doyle Fox & Associates, Solicitors, The Farmhouse, Main Street, Blessington, Co.Wicklow
  • Phone: + 353 45 851980
  • Fax: + 353 45 851982
  • Email: reception@doylefox.ie


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