Wills solicitors 

Wills Solicitors for Limerick, Dublin & Across Ireland

If you need advice and assistance with making a Will in Ireland, our solicitors can help. We understand how daunting it may feel to discuss your private and financial matters with a solicitor, but our team members are empathetic and understanding and will strive to put your mind at ease. Your family or financial circumstances may be complex, but we are highly experienced in drafting bespoke Wills tailored to our client’s needs.

To start the process of making a Will today, or to get more information from a member of our team, call us today on 061 501100 or complete our online contact form and we will get back to you. We look forward to helping you plan for the future.

Why make a Will?

Making a properly drafted Will with the advice of an experienced solicitor is the only way to ensure that your assets are distributed as you would have wished after you pass away. As part of the Will-making process, you can also discuss your final wishes with your loved ones and leave clear instructions, which can provide certainty for them at what will be a difficult time.

We can help you to draft your Will in a tax-efficient way, so that you are leaving behind as much as possible for those who rely on you. You can leave instructions not only about your property and assets, but about who should care for your children or about your funeral wishes.

Will writing with Hogan Dowling McNamara

Our Wills solicitors will guide you through the process with understanding and expertise. We know the right questions to ask to ensure you have fully considered your estate and the needs of those closest to you. We can handle even the most complex estates and financial affairs and can advise you on all other aspects of estate planning too.

What happens if I die without making a Will?

When a person passes away without making a Will, this is known as ‘dying intestate’. When you die intestate, your assets will be distributed in line with rules set out in the Succession Act 1965.  These rules may not accurately reflect how you would have wished for your assets to be distributed and can cause additional stress and difficulty for your family members. You will not be able to take advantage of tax planning, or adequately provide for those who depend on you. Fortunately, making a Will with a solicitor is straightforward and our solicitors will answer any questions you have.

Contact our specialist Wills Lawyers for Limerick, Dublin & Across Ireland

We will help you to draft a Will that accurately reflects your wishes, is clearly drafted, and meets all necessary legal requirements. To make an appointment to begin the Will drafting process, you can contact us by phone at 061 501100 or email our wills and probate expert Kate O’Brien, Solicitor at [email protected] You can also get a call back by completing our enquiry form. We look forward to helping you plan for the future.

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