Conditional gifts – allowing for everchanging future possibilities in your will

Deciding who should inherit from you in your will, how much they will get and in what shares, are big decisions to make. This can be made more difficult if you have particular concerns about a beneficiary and whether the inheritance could be at risk. ‘Second marriages, family disagreements, or children who have a lot of debt can all [...]

Legal steps to consider when diagnosed with a life-limiting illness

On top of the heartbreak and worry that a diagnosis of a life-limiting illness can cause, there will be a raft of concerns and uncertainties about your care and financial affairs and it can be difficult to know exactly how to prepare from a legal standpoint. ‘There are steps you can take to ensure that your care runs smoothly [...]

Solicitors for the Retired

We all deserve to be happy and stress free in our retirement and yet for many of us, the prospect of ‘getting our affairs in order’ can seem, a daunting and weighty business. With James Mc Nulty & Co. Solicitors, however, it needn’t be. Not only do we offer a dedicated team for elderly clients – able to advise [...]

What to do when someone dies – James McNulty Solicitors Omagh

What to do when someone dies When a loved one dies, and you are the next of kin, there are legal formalities that must be dealt with. Cathal Murray, wills and probate lawyer at James McNulty & Co. Solicitors Omagh explains what you should do. Registering a death Your first duty is to [...]

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