The Probate process, is the method by which an official authority, known as a “Grant” is issued by the Probate Office, to an individual authorising that individual to deal with a deceased persons estate. Contact us to update your will.
We’re going Orange this October, in support of the Solas Cancer Support Centre. Each year, Solas hosts a Run and Walk for Life fundraising event, and this year they’re doing it with a little twist. Because of COVID-19 restrictions, and in order to minimise contact, this year’s event will be held virtually with participants being […]
As is the answer to many legal questions, that depends! It depends on the type and the extent (amount) of property/assets they owned. As a rule of thumb, the greater the value/amount of assets owned, the higher the likelihood of the need to extract a foreign Grant. In order to have these assets released to […]
In circumstances where someone dies without having made a Will or has made an invalid Will, that person will be deemed to have died “intestate” and the Succession Act 1965 will kick in and it sets out the following; 1. Who is entitled to distribute your estate (assets); 2. Who gets what; Who can Extract […]
Buying or selling a property is a complex legal transaction. However, in order to simplify matters, we have broken down the process into 10 broad steps, outlining each of the various steps, the parties involved, their roles and responsibilities, and the sequence of events. For a downloadable PDF copy of the sales process please add […]
For most, buying or selling a house is something the majority of people will only do a handful of times, if that, during their lives. In the legal world, we refer to the process of buying or selling houses as conveyancing. The conveyancing process may sometimes appear complicated and shrouded in mystery. However, it need […]