New law may remove children's absolute right to an inheritance - but not their ability to fight for it
When the Succession Act 1965 was enacted, times were very different. Often, children were educated only to primary or secondary level.
Premarital agreement can be an act of love, mapping out a safe exit strategy for both sides
You worked up the nerve. You popped the question and your partner said the magic word "yes". You are both excited for the upcoming wedding, but...
Farmers' assets on paper not accurate reflection of ability to pay
Farmers are different from most people in Ireland in that they are often asset rich and cash poor. Their assets on paper are not an accurate reflection of their ability to pay.