Probate & Wills

Everybody should draw up a Will as it’s a clear declaration of how you wish your property and assets to be disposed of when you die. In the absence of a Will, the administration of your estate will need to be dealt with under the rules of Intestacy.

Making a Will can help protect those you have left behind while inadequate planning may result in an unnecessarily large tax liability and unexpected hardship for beneficiaries.

Our Probate & Wills Law practice includes, but is not limited to:

  • Preparation and Drafting of Wills
  • The Administration of Estates, including advice to beneficiaries on their rights and in relation to the estate
  • Insolvent Estates
  • Complex Estate Planning with Capital Acquisitions Tax Advice
  • Tax-efficient Transfer of Assets and Businesses
  • Powers of Attorney, including Wards of Court and Enduring Powers of Attorney
  • All contentious Probate and Administration matters

Pamela O’Loughlin Doyle

Head of Probate & Wills
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Our Process

Consult & Advise

First, we listen - very carefully - to what you have to say, so we totally understand your particular issue. We may not give you an instant answer but we’ll analyse the options before offering our considered advice.

Plan & Execute

Once we are all agreed on the strategy most appropriate to your specific needs, we’ll work closely with you to develop the plan, fine-tune it where necessary, and then execute it to ensure a successful outcome.


We’ll be at your side throughout the process, advising you on all aspects of your particular issue and supporting you through to its conclusion.

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We understand the pressures with which our clients sometimes have to deal. So and we’ll take it from there.