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TOP 10 TIPS FOR A GOOD DIVORCE OUTCOME

October 20, 2017  |   Posted by :   |   Compensation Claims,Legal News,Making a Will   |   Comments Off on TOP 10 TIPS FOR A GOOD DIVORCE OUTCOME

If this blog touches on any issue of interest to you please do not hesitate to contact us at nicholas@oshearussell.ie for some preliminary guidance and advices. Firstly ensure in your Preliminary Discussion with your Solicitor that there are no grounds for the annulment of your marriage. Organise your paperwork e.g. Marriage Certificate, Mortgage Statements, Childrens’ […]

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THE VULNERABLE RELATIVE

July 01, 2013  |   Posted by :   |   Making a Will   |   Comments Off on THE VULNERABLE RELATIVE

  My elderly mother lives alone and I have noticed a gradual disimprovement in her mental sharpness recently. I am her only living relative and live a considerable distance away from her. I am afraid that someone may take advantage of her diminishing capacity. Is there anything that I can do ?   The initial […]

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WHERE THERE’S A WILL THERE’S A WAY !

May 21, 2013  |   Posted by :   |   Making a Will   |   Comments Off on WHERE THERE’S A WILL THERE’S A WAY !

 Making a WILL is a reasonably straightforward and inexpensive process. A WILL enables you to decide on how your assets are distributed on your death. Word of mouth, promises made or understandings shared are insufficient. Why would anyone want to leave it to the LAW to decide such personal matters ? A WILL also offers […]

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KEEPING YOUR WILL UPDATED

April 17, 2013  |   Posted by :   |   Making a Will   |   Comments Off on KEEPING YOUR WILL UPDATED

 We have always encouraged clients to see their Wills as  living documents. A Will once made is not set in stone but can and should be updated as circumstances change. A case in point is the situation where a person, for instance, makes a Will leaving his estate to a brother and sister equally. The […]

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