Losing a loved one is always distressing and upsetting experience for those left behind.

The administration of that deceased’s estate can often prove a daunting task. The language attributable to the entire process for many, is jargon filled, very legalistic and often at a time when those left behind feel vulnerable. 

Questions such as:

  • What is a Grant of Probate?
  • What is the difference between a Grant of Probate and that of a Grant of Administration?
  • Why do I need one?
  • How do I start the process?
  • How costly is the process?

All perfectly legitimate questions.

At your first consultation with this office we will provide a succinct answers to all of these questions to the best of our ability providing you with an estimate of time frames involved, the requirements necessary to complete the application process and an estimate of the costs involved. You will be provided with a written guide as to how the process flows from task to task and as well as a complete breakdown of the costs involved, where a full account can be given at the outset. Otherwise we will commit to providing incremental breakdown at agreed times during the process.

If you are appointed Executor or you are the nominated Administrator of an Estate what you can expect of your role and duties imposed upon will be clearly set out.

What to expect in dealing with State Agencies such as the Office of the Revenue Commissioners, the Nursing Home Support Scheme and the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Banks as well as Banks, Building Society will also be outlined.

We will guide you right up to the date of distribution of the Estate providing sound and practical advice throughout.

If you want to contact us in relation to an issues arising on an Estate, please send your query to or contact the office at 0504 90316 when we will set up a convenient time to have a face to face meeting.