Everyone faces issues about inheritance and succession. Whether you like it or not, you may face issues about a child or sibling who needs care, your future career, tax, the death of a parent or relative, wealth building, assets or the approach of old age requiring special care.
In Inheritance and Succession - The Complete Irish Guide, authors John G. Murphy and Jason Dunne, tell you about the issues that matter and advise you how to take the right decisions at the right time.
MAKE YOUR WILL , The Irish Guide To Putting Your Affairs In Order, by John G. Murphy & Jason Dunne, has just been published by Liberties Press. This is a sequel to their first book, the best selling Inheritance & Succession, The Complete Irish Guide, published in 2008.
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Claims in relation to Wills can arise for a number of reasons including:-
- Allegations of undue influence ie. that the testator or person who made the will was coerced by somebody in to making the will in a certain way.
- Allegations of inadequate capacity to make a will ie. where evidence is available, medical or otherwise, that somebody did not have a appropriate mental capacity to make a will.
- Where the will itself is not "under attack" but promissory estoppel arises ie. where someone claims that he/she was promised the property and relied on that promise, but then find years later that a will does something different.
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