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Do You Know Your Inheritance Rights?

Under Irish Law (The Succession Act, 1965) if you die without a will or your will is invalid, you are said to have died intestate. To this extent the law will determine who will inherit your assets, if any!

 

The table below give an indication of what you should expect if no will or an invalid will is presented.

 

Situation Expected Outcome
Married - No Children In this situation, the entire estate would be granted to the spouse.
Married - With Children In this situation the spouse is generally entitled to two thirds of the estate while the children are entitled to the remaining one third divided equally.
Single - No Children In this situation your parent/(s) will inherit the entire estate. If both parents are alive, they will share the estate equally.
Single - With Children In this situation, your estate will be divided equally between you children. If one of your children has died before you, their share will pass to their children equally.
Single - No Children - No Parents In this situation your estate will pass to your brothers and sisters with the estate being divided equally.

If any of your brother/sisters have died, their share will pass to their children, divided in equal proportion.
No Family Members If you die without any immediate family members, the state will attempt to determine the "next of kin" and the estate will pass to them. This is usually you closest blood relative.

 

 


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