Wills & Administering Estates

A Will gives you certainty and peace of mind. Everyone should have a Will and your Will should be reviewed regularly to ensure it correctly provides for your wishes in the event of your death. We can advise you how best to plan for your family and transfer farms and family businesses in a way to maximise your assets.

If you have the responsibility of administering a deceased person’s estate either as Executor (if there’s a will) or Administrator (if intestacy/ no will), we can guide you through the challenging legal process during your time of personal grief and loss.

Contentious wills

If you believe you did not receive a proper inheritance or if you believe there was an irregularity concerning the management of a deceased’s estate, you may be entitled to bring a legal claim. Our team would be happy to listen to your concerns and advise you on your rights and options.

Julie Shanley can be contacted at:

E: jshanley@shanleyglennon.com

T: +353(0)43 3349000