Inheritance & Succession: The Complete Irish Guide

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Inheritance & Succession: The Complete Irish Guide

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Inheritance and Succession by John G Murphy and Jason Dunne is a practical, easy to read and categorised guide to the often misunderstood and ill-planned area of inheritance, succession and wealth distribution. 

This book will help readers to plan easy succession into senior times, manage their wealth and leave the best possible inheritance or legacy for their family. The authors have put together years of research and experience as solicitors to offer insights, warnings and time, money and worry saving guide notes we can all benefit from.

Inheritance and Succession looks at the main areas of creating a life plan, investment, wealth management, how to plan succession for business, farming or as an individual so that senior times are easier, how to make a will that leaves minimum tax burdens and most benefits, how to create an enduring power of attorney, how to use a trust to provide for disabled children or dependants, how to plan your funeral, how to distribute your estate as the law requires and how to break the worry logjam that besets the half of us who are thinking about our future. 

About the Authors 

John G. Murphy has, in his 28 years as a solicitor, handled cases in commercial matters, farm and residential, probate/tax, litigation (commercial, personal injury, and property), and employment law. His extensive client base includes private, business, corporate and State sectors. He deals with family, arbitration, insurance, labour and criminal law. He is also an adviser to voluntary workshops, charities, and major corporates involved in the supermarket, property and bio-fuel business. He is a member of the criminal legal aid panel,the family civil legal aid panel, and the legal panel for Mental Health tribunals.

Jason Dunne, solicitor, has more than 20 years of experience in the legal profession. He deals with wills, probate, related litigation, and tax issues for clients in Ireland and abroad.

ISBN: 9781905483402

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