Wills and Probate

At Denise Kelleher & Associates Solicitors, we recognise the importance of drafting a will that alleviates these concerns for you and your loved ones.

Preparing a will is essential to ensure that your affairs are dealt with in accordance with your wishes after your death. It is an integral part of ensuring the financial security of your family if anything happens to you, particularly if you have children.

We can advise on all aspects of making a will. Our long experience ensures that we can give complete advice on the various tax and administrative aspects of carrying out your wishes. There are many considerations to be made when writing a will. We will ensure that your wishes are carried out as far as possible and that you do not have to worry about your estate as you grow older.

Ensure your family are financially protected by preparing a will.
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Enduring Powers of Attorney

It is a sad reality that as we get older we sometimes lose the capacity to make coherent decisions. In situations where someone is no longer able to take care of their own affairs and property, granting someone enduring powers of attorney gives them the ability to make certain decisions regarding the estate. It is always difficult to anticipate what is going to happen to us as grow older, but if you require specialised care in a nursing or care home, the costs of this can be huge. Granting enduring powers of attorney allows your loved ones to make the decision to dispose of your estate in a manner that allows for you to be cared for properly. At Denise Kelleher & Associates Solicitors, we can assist you to nominate a loved one to have this ability, so that you need not be concerned about your care later in life.

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