Wills, Probate and Enduring Power of Attorney

At Molloy Murphy Solicitors, we have almost 20 years experience in assisting clients draft Wills, consider tax implications of bequests as well as extracting Grants of Probate and Letters of Administration in Estates, including complex applications.

Please call us today on +353 (1) 8030433 or email us at info@molloymurphy.ie  for more information or to make an appointment to discuss your requirements further.

Drafting your Will and Estate Planning:

When you are thinking about making your Will, you need to think about who you want to inherit your Estate, your beneficiaries.

You will also need to consider who to appoint as your Executors, and if your beneficiaries are under 18 at the time you make your Will you may also need to consider who you will appoint as Trustees and Guardians.

Grant of Probate and Letters of Administration:

If you have been appointed as Executor in a Will, or if you are applying for a Grant where a person has died without making any Will and you need assistance applying to the Probate Office, please do not hesitate to contact us for assistance or to make an appointment.

We can also assist you in making the application to the Probate Office in more complex circumstances for example, where an Original Will has been mislaid, or if the original Executor has died without taking out the Grant of Probate.

Enduring Power of Attorney:

An Enduring Power of Attorney is a document you sign during your lifetime while you are mentally capable of making the decision, to appoint attorneys who will make decisions for you and on your behalf if you become mentally incapable of making decisions for yourself.

Under this process, you will need to appoint two Attorneys as well as two Notice Parties. The people you appoint should be people you trust to make the decisions on your behalf.

We are happy to meet with you to discuss this process further and advise you of the steps involved.