Wills, Estate Planning, Probate and Enduring Powers of Attorney

O’Callaghan Kelly has extensive experience in advising clients in the drafting of Wills, taxation issues, legal and statutory rights and entitlements. Wills need to be kept under careful review to avoid legal and tax issues arising.

We advise extensively on all aspects of administration of estates including Grants of Probate, Grants of Administration, preparation and filing of Revenue Returns, dealing with all taxes arising both before and after death down to the final distribution, vesting of assets in the beneficiaries and the preparation of estate accounts.

We also advise on litigation arising out of Probates and Administrations and people’s rights and entitlements. We also advise on redress entitlements arising under the Civil Partnership and Co-Habitants Act 2010.

O’Callaghan Kelly offers extensive advices to clients who wish to make Enduring Powers of Attorney. The procedure for executing an Enduring Power of Attorney is complicated. It is important to take proper advices because the Enduring Power of Attorney involves a transfer of considerable powers from the person making it to another person. There are a number of legal safeguards to protect you from abuses and we will advise you fully in this regard.

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