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The deceased's estate

What happens the deceased's estate
How to get access to the deceased person's money and property, the rights of family members under wills and how property is distributed on intestacy.

Dealing with the deceased's estate
This covers in detail the steps involved in taking out probate or letters of administration in Ireland. What an executor or administrator must do to implement the will or the requirement of the Succession Act.

What happens to debts after death?
Explains what happens to debts after a debtor has died.
This document is in: Money and Tax > Personal finance > Debt

Presumption of paternity
Explanation of the presumption of paternity in marital and non-marital situations and the repercussions of this rule on children's rights to inheritance and maintenance.
This document is in: Family and Relationships > Separation, divorce and dissolution

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