Our experience has shown that quite often people postpone the task of making a will. It is difficult to pin point the reasons why people delay this relatively straight forward task. What we can advise is that you contact us to discuss your will making and estate planning in a stress free and professional environment. We can guarantee that it will not be as daunting as you would anticipate and you will feel a huge sense of relief and satisfaction once you have executed your Will Making.
The death of a loved one causes indescribable grief and emotional pain. As Solicitors dealing with relatives in this position, Tormeys have always dealt with the administration of estates in a sensitive and professional manner, allowing relatives and friends to grieve whilst we progress the legal work required to complete the transfers of assets to the next generation. We will liaise with Banks, Auctioneers and Accountants to insure that we can make a prompt application to the Revenue Commission and the Probate Law Office to extract the grants of representation to complete the distribution of an estate. We advise clients in relation to legal right shares and taxation issues to insure that executors, administrators and beneficiaries are all protected.
From time to time disputes can arise in the administration of estates. Disputes can be stressful for all parties given the raw emotions that can exist on the passing of a family member. A Probate Law dispute can take many forms from disputing the validity of a will to claiming a Probate legal right share in an estate under the terms of the Succession Act.