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MAKE YOUR WILL

DSPCA 'Online Will Service' is a free service available exclusively through this DSPCA website.

The free service includes drafting and support from O’Shea Barry Solicitors, and is available to anyone on condition that they include a bequest of at least €500 to the DSPCA within their will.

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Your Details

Name Executors.

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Beneficiaries.

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Beneficiaries - Specific Items

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DSPCA Donation

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Please Note: This free DSPCA 'Online Will Service' is available based on the condition that a bequest of at least €500 is made to the DSPCA within this will.

Assets

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These may pass automatically by survivorship if owned as a joint-tenant.
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You will need to specifically confirm whether beneficiaries are to inherit subject to the charge, or whether it will be discharged from the estate.
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Residuary Beneficiaries

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A residuary beneficiary is someone receiving "residual" property by a will or trust not specifically left to any another designated beneficiary.

Children

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A trust should be inserted into your will should assets pass to children prior to reaching 18 years of age. Please contact O’Shea Barry Solicitors to discuss.

About You

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Advance / Status of Children Act / Section 98
Inheritance Tax Advice / Rights of Spouses / Family Law Advice

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Contact Information

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I have read and agree to the Advice and Terms *
I understand the process for ‘Executing’ (signing and confirming the legal enforceability of) the Will, and that you will have two witnesses who must also be present at the same time (i.e. all three of you must be in the room). Your witnesses cannot be beneficiaries or spouses of beneficiaries under the will *
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