IrishWills.ie is part of the Enodare Legal Publishing Group, an established Irish company which was formed over 10 years ago by a team of Irish solicitors and business professionals. Since its inception, IrishWills.ie has assisted thousands of satisfied customers in preparing legal documents such as wills, living wills, powers of attorney and many others - thereby making it Ireland’s leading provider of legal documents.

 

Unlike many other websites and companies which sell standard form legal documents, IrishWills.ie only sells documents which (i) have been pre-approved by experienced Irish qualified solicitors and (ii) which comply with the strict requirements set out under Irish law. Even our online wills have been pre-approved by solicitors from one of the top Irish law firms in the country.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  Lawyer Prepared Documents

Solicitor Prepared Documents

You will be using documents which have been prepared, reviewed and pre-approved by solicitors with years of estate planning experience.

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Compliant with Irish Law

You will be using tried and tested documents specifically tailored to comply with the various legal requirements applicable under Irish law.

 

 

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Advanced Features

Your documents will contain advanced solicitor-approved provisions not usually found in standard run-of-the-mill online documents.