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Will Writing

Why Will Writing Is So Important Will Writing there are few pieces of paperwork that you need to be absolutely perfect and correct-but your will is most certainly one of them. It may not be ea...

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Will Disputes

Why There Are Will Disputes Will Disputes unfortunately, disputes in regards to wills and inherited wealth have become more and more common over the years. Complications between families, and ...

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Wealth Management

Structured Wealth Management Wealth Management, as you think about your future and that of your family once you’re gone, it is crucial to set up a structured estate plan in order to properly...

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Retirement Planning

About Retirement Planning Retirement Planning do you ever stop and wonder if you are on the right track to receive a comfortable retirement? Unfortunately, some don’t consider the prospect and en...

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Retirement Pension

Qualifying Age For The Pension A State Pension enables you with a regular income after you retire, once you have reached the qualifying age. Currently, the age by which you can begin claiming ...

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What Is Probate? It is the legal process which allows someone to manage the property, money and other assets of a deceased person. It requires registering the will of a deceased individual wit...

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Preparing For Loss

Experiences To Expect With Loss Preparing For Loss, there is no denying it–the experience of preparing for the loss of a loved one is truly difficult. Luckily, there are many things you can do...

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Planning Your Funeral

Let’s face it: Nobody wants to talk about death or dying. In the same sense, no one wants to think about planning for their own funeral, either. This is a fact of life we must all face at one t...

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Palliative Care

Palliative care is a focused care on people who suffer from a serious, terminal illness. Facing the end of your life can be scary and confusing, but palliative care is available to help allevia...

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Inheritance Tax

Meaning Of Inheritance Tax  Inheritance Tax  (CAT) is a tax on possessions or money you leave behind after you pass away. Sometimes, this tax can be made on some gifts you ...

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Tánaiste denies any role in McCabe legal strategy

The Tánaiste and former justice minister has said she "no hand, act or part in the formulation of a strategy" to attack the credibility and motives of Sergeant Maurice McCabe at the O'Higgins Commission.

€15m settlement for boy injured at birth

The High Court has approved a €15m settlement for a four-year-old boy who was catastrophically injured during his birth at the Coombe Hospital in Dublin.

Mugabe faces impeachment as parliament meets

Zimbabwe's parliament has begun an impeachment process against President Robert Mugabe, with his domination of a country he has ruled since independence nearly four decades ago set to come to an ignominious end.

SF's 'glorification of terrorism' an obstacle - Foster

DUP leader Arlene Foster has said that recent comments by Sinn Féin amounted to the "glorification of terrorism" and made the restoration of power-sharing more difficult.

Cars, cash and jewellery seized in Killarney operation

Cars, jewellery and €100,000 in cash have been seized during a garda operation investigating a criminal gang in Co Kerry.

Patient sold jewellery to pay for cataract operation

One of the patients affected by the HSE's failure to properly implement the consultants' contract across acute public hospitals had to sell her life's jewellery to pay for a cataract operation.

Consultant worked less than 13 hours per week

RTÉ Investigates has found a failure by the HSE and hospital managements to properly implement the 2008 Hospital Consultants' Contract across acute public hospitals.

Concerns persist over Cork foster care services

A follow-up inspection by HIQA into the standard of foster care services in the Cork area has found that there remains serious concerns about the risks to children placed in its care.

Youth released in investigation over man's death

Gardaí in Co Offaly, who have been investigating the death of a 56-year-old man in Edenderry on Sunday night, have now released a 17-year-old male who was helping them with their inquiries.

Labour bill aims to target bogus self-employment

The Labour Party has published legislation to tackle bogus self-employment, which is believed to be costing the Exchequer over €80 million year.

PSI inquiry over alleged submission of invalid claims

The Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland is conducting an inquiry into the professional conduct of a pharmacist who it is alleged submitted invalid claims to the Primary Care Reimbursement Scheme in 2013.

Little change in waste collection fees - watchdog

A watchdog group set up to prevent price gouging in the waste industry has found little change in prices since the ban on flat rate collection charges.

HSE manager still backing closure of Portlaoise ED

A HSE manager, who has drawn up a plan for the closure of the emergency department at the Midlands Regional Hospital in Portlaoise, has said she expects progress on the proposal "imminently."

Settlement reached over Berkeley balcony collapse

A settlement has been reached in the United States in connection with the collapse of an apartment balcony in Berkeley, California that killed six students and injured seven others in 2015.

Higgins calls for State to consider approach to housing

President Higgins has suggested the State might consider whether it should establish an enterprise agency which would act with the same urgency and enthusiasm of Enterprise Ireland to address the dysfunctional housing market.

Putin tells Assad Russia's operation 'wrapping up'

Russian President Vladimir Putin hosted Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad to talk about the need to move from military operations to the search for a political solution to Syria's conflict, the Kremlin said.

Local authorities using 'fraction' of land for building

New analysis shows local authorities are using just a fraction of the land they own to build social housing.

White House appeals to Supreme Court over travel ban

The White House has asked the US Supreme Court to allow President Donald Trump's latest travel ban to take full effect.

Treatment of Rohingya amounts to apartheid - Amnesty

The Rohingya people in Myanmar are trapped in a vicious system of state-sponsored, institutionalised discrimination that amounts to apartheid, according to Amnesty International.

Lebanon's former PM to meet Egypt's President al-Sisi

Lebanon's former prime minister Saad al-Hariri is to hold talks with Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.