Wills and Probate

Your Will is a very important document and should be reviewed regularly to reflect your wishes
Paul Lynch Solicitors advice on areas such as making a Will, Succession Rights, Administration of Estates and Disputes over Succession. A Will is strongly recommended if you are a homeowner, if you are married, if you have a partner or if you have children. We will guide you through the process offering you the best advice at every stage.

You could potentially save your beneficiaries considerable expense by carefully planning the Succession of your estate in a tax efficient manner. We understand that the passing of a loved one can be a very difficult time for family member to take the necessary steps of extracting the Grant of Probate (if there is a Will) or Grant of Administration (if there is no Will). A Grant is necessary to deal with the assets of a deceased person. We can assist and provide sympathetic advice.

We advise clients in relation to the preparation and drafting of their will, tax planning and the law of succession and property rights. We ensure that a client’s wishes are properly recorded and enforceable.

We advise executors on their role in the Probate process and their duties and obligations to beneficiaries and next of kin. We ensure that the Probate process is dealt with speedily and efficiently. In circumstances were no will has been made we advise family members in relation to extracting Letters of Administration and the completion of a deceased’s estate.
We advise executors, beneficiaries and family members in the event of a dispute arising from the contents of a will or in circumstances were no will has been made. In the event of a dispute or contesting a Will, we will defend or initiate all probate related or succession rights litigation. And we advise on the law governing intestacy rules and succession law in general.
We advise clients in relation to the following:

  • Estate Planning & Management
  • Will drafting
  • Administration of estates
  • Wards of Court applications
  • Enduring Powers of Attorney
  • Succession litigation and disputes
  • Succession Law
  • Property Rights
  • Commercial matters/Company Law issues.