Estates without a Will

Intestacy is when a person dies without having made a valid will. The property of that person will be distributed in accordance with the law, which may not be in line with their wishes.

If the deceased has not executed a will the property vests in the High Court until such time as a Grant known as letters of administration intestate are obtained from the probate office.

If you would like further information on dealing with the distribution of assets for a person who died without making a valid will, please contact our Probate Specialist by Freephone on 1800 54 54 54 or email us at info@hoc.ie