Will Services

Secure your estate and minimise your tax burden with expert will services from experienced professionals.

At Summit Law, we’re here to make writing your will as straightforward as possible. Our team can provide the confidential expert advice you need to make your will and keep it up to date, while minimising your tax burden and securing your estate.

Enquire now for a free, no-obligation consultation or call us on 01 223 4910.


    Work with fully trained, experienced and ethical professionals and know that any legal or tax issues will be picked up and dealt with quickly and appropriately.


    Whether it’s creating your will or supporting you through the process of probate, we are here for you when and where you need us; by phone, by email and in person, on your schedule.


    We provide reasonable and clear fees that are agreed from the outset so you know the costs from day one and we don’t charge until the process is complete.

    Will Services and Estate Planning

    Only 3 out of every 10 Irish adults have a will.

    A will is the only way you can be sure that your wishes will be carried out after your death and that your affairs will be put in order.

    If you haven’t put a will in place before your death, the responsibility falls onto your family and loved ones during their time of bereavement. This can leave them facing stress and confusion as well as a long and difficult time to obtain what was meant for them in the first place. The entire estate can be at risk.

    The thing is, making a will is a relatively straightforward process and keeping it up to date is relatively simple.

    Let us provide you with the right confidential, compassionate and professional advice on making your will, keeping it up to date and looking after your estate if the worst should happen.

    Don’t leave it to your loved ones, we’re here to help you today.

    Confidential, compassionate and professional advice, when you need it most.

    Probate Services

    You can rely on us to help cut through the confusion

    We understand how difficult life is during times of bereavement. We offer a comprehensive probate service to help you through this time in life with as much clarity, compassion and support as we can.

    You can rely on us to help cut through the confusion and take of what needs to be done. Including...

    • Helping to deal with funeral arrangements and payments.
    • Ascertaining assets and debts and dealing with any outstanding bills.
    • Ensuring security of the home and belongings.
    • Contacting and dealing with insurance companies and banks.
    • Taking care of cars, property sale and tenants.
    • Dealing with all outstanding tax matters.

    You will be advised on all probate issues and any questions you have will answered clearly and promptly. Our aim is to minimise any additional stress that might arise from these issues. Speak to us today.

    We'll help you through this time in life with as much clarity, compassion and support as we can.

    Don't wait, request a call back today.

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