A Will, completed and signed  in accordance with the law, requires skilful consideration. A vital document on death,  it should be reviewed and updated regularly .

Mannion Solicitors ensure clients young and old keep a properly prepared Will, meeting clients’ requirements whilst minimising Taxation implications. Spend the time and some small money now can save much more money later.

SERVICES INCLUDED

  • Wills
  • Administration of Estates
  • Enduring Powers of Attorneys
  • Wardship
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Administration of Estates

The death of a loved may be a sad but ought not be a traumatic experience. Mannion Solicitors have extensive experience of all aspects of Estate Administration, taking out Probate,  administering Estates when no Will has been made, completing Deeds of Family Arrangement where appropriate. Advising executors on their duties and obligations, to beneficiaries and next of kin, we ensure the process is dealt with efficiently and clearly explained. .

We have nearly 40 years practical experience in advising executors, beneficiaries and family members on all such issues, including Wills’ or Estate administration disputes. Conscious that such disputes can cause hardship and anger, we approach such disputes with great sensitivity whilst protecting our clients’ interests.
Mannion Solicitors can advise on taxation aspects affecting beneficiaries, utilising an extensive range of tax agents and independent advisers when appropriate.

Enduring Powers of Attorneys

Mannion Solicitors advise all clients to carefully consider how they might cope in the event that they or other family members suffered tragically from an accident or illness depriving them of their mental capacity and the ability to look after their own affairs.

We advise on the appropriate steps and actions necessary to put in place precautionary measures to deal with such possibilities. Why not  appoint a family member under an Enduring Power of Attorney to have legal responsibility for loved ones’ if such occurred ?

Wardship

Wardship arises where someone no longer has capacity or has diminished capacity to look after his/her affairs if no Enduring Power of Attorney had been done.
We advise on the steps to be taken, ensuring transparency in all we advise throughout a challenging process for those not used to such difficulties, often sudden or unforseen.

On a successful application to have a person entered into Wardship, a Committee is appointed to look after the Ward’s affairs, his/her wellbeing, needs and requirements, whilst acting under the guidance, instruction, and protection of the High Court.

We advise on Representative Care Orders in the Circuit Court under the Fair Deal and Nursing Home Support schemes.