Wills special: Preparing for life after death

A will is the way to go if you want to have your wishes respected after you die, to see your loved ones provided for, to limit their exposure to tax and to avoid family discord

27th November, 2016

Facing your own mortality head on and making plans for after you die is not a massively appealing task. Perhaps that’s why various surveys suggest that fewer than half of us have made a will.

“People are often a bit clueless about wills,” said Ann O’Neill, a family law specialist who runs her own practice, Ann O’Neill Family Law, in Blackrock, Co Dublin.

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