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Wills and Probate Solicitors in Cork

Many people find thinking about death to be unpleasant and therefore postpone making a will. Others worry about the cost of creating a will or simply feel that they do not have the time to devote to the process. This is unfortunate, as making a will is not a difficult process. In fact, it can save time, effort and strife for your family while making sure your assets are handled in accordance to your wishes.

Estate Planning Solicitor | Trusts and Living Wills

At FitzGerald Legal & Advisory LLP in Cork, we encourage all of our clients to prepare a will and update it every five years. We work to make this process as informal and cost-effective as possible while providing our clients with the expert advice they need on complex issues of property rights and probate.

Why Do You Need a Will?

A will is essentially a document that gives instructions about how your estate should be divided upon your death. When individuals or couples do not have a will, the estate is divided in accordance with the provisions of the Succession Act.

Among the many advantages of having a will are:

  • You will set out what will happen to your property
  • You can plan your estate in a way that may be advantageous for your successors
  • You can appoint the executors to your will

Have you recently married? A will is automatically revoked by marriage unless it was made in contemplation of the marriage. If you are about to be married or have recently been married we can advise you on your options and assist you in creating or updating your will.


Dealing with a death in the family is not an easy matter being both emotionally and financially demanding. We offer a comprehensive probate and administration of estate services. Our services are designed to deal with the practical considerations arising on a death in a family which allows the family time and space to deal with the emotional considerations.

Full-Service Wills and Probate Representation

For more information on wills and trusts, estate planning and probate, contact one of our wills and probate solicitors to discuss your business.