Probate Ireland – Website Terms Of Business

This Site:

This site is presented on the understanding that it should not represent a substitute for professional consultation. You are urged to obtain full and proper advice.

No decisions or actions should be taken or postponed without your own legal advice based on a full disclosure of your own particular circumstances to your professional advisor.

The taking of legal advice should not be delayed – your position could be defeated by passage of strict time limits fixed by statute. It is not an infrequent occurrence for persons to be left unchallenged in possession of property to the point where the former title to the property is lost.

Links and downloads: 

This web site contains links to other sites which you may find interesting. They are beyond Probate Ireland’s control, so Probate Ireland makes no representation as to the accuracy of the information contained on linked sites. They are attached for interest only.

This web site contains links to other sites which you may find interesting. They are beyond Probate Ireland’s control, so Probate Ireland  makes no representation as to the accuracy of the information contained on linked sites. They are attached for interest only.

Cookies:

The only function of cookies associated with this website is to track hits so as to monitor the parts of the site which are of most interest to vistors and to enable adjustments to be made to suit those requirements. No information is retained for any other purpose.

Becoming a client:

You will understand the need for a certain formality in setting up the solicitor/client relationship. In particular the sending of preliminary e-mails or correspondences to Probate Ireland and Probate Ireland’s preliminary replies to you are exploratory only and do not bring about a solicitor/client relationship

In order for you to become Probate Ireland’s client four things must happen:

You receive Probate Ireland’s acknowledgement of your preliminary instructions, confirmation of my willingness to take on your case and the basis upon which fees, outlay and VAT will be charged.

We agree the scope of the work and you agree to Probate Ireland ‘s terms of business.

You pay Probate Ireland’s initial consultation fee (amount to be advised to you in the course of the exploratory contacts)

You produce evidence of identity to Probate Ireland  – in order to comply with the anti-money laundering regulations – (much as if you were opening a bank account)

Which law applies?

Probate Ireland only advise on Irish law and Probate Ireland only accepts instructions on the understanding that the contract with the client is based on the law of the Republic of Ireland and subject to the jurisdiction of the courts of the Republic of Ireland.