Make Your Will
Make Your Will
Make Your Will: The Irish Guide to Putting Your Affairs in Order by John G Murphy and Jason Dunne, is the first Irish published and Irish content guide to planning and writing a will and organising one's estate in the proper fashion.
Over half of Ireland's eligible population have not made a will -- feeling maybe if they do they are somehow accelerating their own demise. The simple fact is that as soon as any of us own property of any value, have children or enter a long term relationship -- personal or professional -- we need to make a will.
Make Your Will is written in a clear, concise and jargon-free way by two long-standing experts in the area of succession and inheritance. This book takes the reader calmly and clearly through the process, and most importantly the systematic manner in which we should consider the provisions we make. Including sample wills taken from five real-life case studies to represent the various circumstances of Irish households: for example, married with children, widowed with property, unmarried siblings living together, this book aims to fully brief the reader on how to prepare, write and correctly finalise their will so that their wishes are clear and carried out after they pass away.
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,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.