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The death of a family member or a friend is a traumatic time. People often worry about how to deal with the property and affairs of the deceased after their death.

There are a number of steps required to obtain a grant of probate, 1. Find the Will; 2. Ascertain the executors; 3. Obtain a death certificate; 4. Appoint a solicitor - although this isn't legally necessary; 5. Ascertain the assets and liabilities; 6. Make a return to the Revenue Commissioners; 7. Apply to the probate office; 8. Administer the estate.

We offer a caring and sensitive Probate service where we will take all the stress and worry away from you. We have many years experience administering small and larger more complex estates. We can obtain the Grant of Probate quickly and efficiently from the Probate office. We can also advise in relation to taxation issues which may arise and make the complexity of extracting a Grant of Probate simple and stress free.

Contact us now for a FREE consultation with one of our experienced Probate solicitors.

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