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Funeral expenses are the priority debt payable from the assets of the deceased, even in cases where the deceased died insolvent, and can be…
Practitioners are reminded that as soon as a Grant of Representation issues, the personal representative is absolutely entitled to receive the…
The issuing of section 68 letters to beneficiaries is still required in certain situations as a matter of professional standards and ethics.
Revenue has asked practitioners to file Form IT38 at designated times due to a technical issue.
The Diploma Centre and the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) offer
the Diploma in Trust and Estate Planning, commencing on 24…
The proposed commencement of the Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Act, 2015 will not be enacted before the summer recess.
Probate, Administration & Trusts Committee
The Probate, Administration & Trusts Committee comments on and reviews changes to legislation and practice in the area of Probate, Administration and Trusts, and related taxation issues, and advises the profession accordingly. In particular, it advises on best practice in light of legislative change or otherwise.
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