Sometimes when a person is making their will they want to refer to a list of their property which is being left to particular beneficiaries. For example, the list could include their jewellery or household contents with various pieces of jewellery or furniture being left to particular individuals. People may want to have these items … More Listing your assets with your will
Beauchamps’ private client & family law team have created a series of flowcharts to demystify some key private client and family law issues that individuals and their families may encounter during their lifetime. Selling a property in Ireland flowchart With the property market quickly growing in Ireland, our latest flowchart looks at the key steps and the general timeline … More Selling a property in Ireland
Have you made a will recently? If you have it is important to bear in mind that certain acts by you could result in your will being revoked or cancelled. A will can be revoked in five different ways as follows: By a subsequent marriage or entry into a civil partnership By a subsequent will … More Is your Will still valid?
Did you know that if you make a gift or leave an inheritance for the purpose of discharging the “qualifying” expenses of a person who is permanently incapacitated by reason of physical or mental infirmity, then this gift or inheritance is exempt from capital acquisitions tax? In order to qualify for this important exemption the … More Qualifying expenses for permanently incapacitated beneficiaries