ELDER LAW, ENDURING POWERS OF ATTORNEY, FAIR DEALS, INHERITANCE, PROBATE, TAX, WARDS OF COURT and WILLS SINCE 1984
from Mary Bradley, Solicitor, Mediator, Commissioner for Oaths
What is Elder Law and why is it even a thing? Why would the law be different for elderly people?
ENDURING POWERS OF ATTORNEY
What is an Enduring Power of Attorney and why would I need it?
Are the Fair Deals Fair?
Why do I need a Solicitor
The Certainty of Death and Taxes
People are not always entitled to what they expect and they don't always get what they are entitled to
WARDS OF COURT
Who Wants to be a Ward of Court?
If You Don't Want to Make a Will, That's Okay
To Your Case
Dealing With Your Problem
MARY BRADLEY SOLICITOR
Bradleys is a general practice in Dublin, Ireland with a particular focus on older clients and their families and covering areas such as Elder Law, Family Issues, Inheritance, Powers of Attorney, Probate, Tax, Wards of Court and Wills in Irish law.
Mary Bradley has been a solicitor for more than 40 years. Practicing in Portobello, Dublin 8 for more than 25 years, she has advised on property, accidents, inheritance, wills, tax, family issues, powers of attorney and workplace problems. Her focus is now on older clients and their families. For this reason, Mary sometimes meets clients in their own homes or in nursing homes or hospitals. A client dealing with Mary gets her individual personal attention and deals with herself alone. She is a member of Solicitors for the Elderly Ireland, an organization looking to improve the quality of legal services to older and vulnerable people and their families and carers.
Bradleys Solicitors has a transparent pricing structure based on hourly rates for different types of work.
If you have any questions about Elder Law, Family Issues, Inheritance, Powers of Attorney, Probate, Tax, Wards of Court, Wills or legal costs in Ireland, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org, click the call button, phone 014545138 or use the Contact Form at the top of the page..