A Will is essentially a document giving instructions as to how your estate is to be divided on your death. It is important for one to make a Will as, without one, the Succession Act of 1965 will determine who is entitled to your estate. We have a very large client database when it comes to this aspect of the profession. We therefore have many years of experience and knowledge in this area. By making a Will you have legally set out your wishes and intentions.

In addition to making a Will is it important to discuss with your Solicitor the extent of your Estate because of Capital Acquisitions Tax (Inheritance tax), in particular when the estate is very large but also when the beneficiaries of your Estate will not be your children. We are qualified to discuss all aspects of Capital Acquisitions Tax and all reliefs available to our clients.