Wills, Probate & Estate Planning

In order to determine what will happen to your assets after your death, it is crucial to make a Will.

A Will ensures that your wishes are known and taken into account, simplifies the legal process for your heirs, and ensures that your loved ones are protected in the event of your death.

There are many matters which can be dealt with in a will such as the disposal of assets and appointing testamentary guardians for young children. You may also consider creating an Enduring Power of Attorney to appoint a loved one to look after your affairs should you be unable to do so. Engaging a solicitor to draft will your will means you will receive expert advice in all matters of estate planning.

At Julie Breen Solicitor, we will carefully consider your personal circumstances, advise you of the best steps for you and draft a will based on your wishes.

Probate is the legal process of administering the estate of a deceased person. This involves settling any claims and distributing the deceased person’s property as laid out in a valid will.  As with any legal process, there are technical aspects to probate administration, and Julie Breen Solicitors in Ferns and Enniscorthy can advise you on all aspects of Probate Law.