Dependent Relative Revocation
This is a somewhat obscure doctrine which was referenced in a recent interesting case in the High Court. The case was ‘In the Matter of the Estate of John Coughlan, deceased’ and the decision was delivered by Ms. Justice Butler on the 3rd November 2022. John Coughlan, now deceased, had made a will with his solicitor in 2012. In that will, his estate, which was worth approximately €250,000 was left, in the main, to be divided in four shares. He was not married and had no child
The current route to qualifying as a solicitor in Ireland
Qualifying as a solicitor currently involves passing eight Final Examination – First Part (FE-1) which are held by the Law Society, completing the new model Professional Practice Course (PPC), completing twenty four months of in-office training and then being admitted to the roll of solicitors. In order to qualify to sit any of the FE-1 exams, one must either be in third level education or have completed their degree. If completing the exams while still in college, one will r
Monaleen back in Limerick senior hurling ranks!
Monaleen have been promoted to senior club hurling after defeating Bruff in the Limerick Premier IHC final last Saturday. This thrilling display resulted in a final score of 2-16 to 0-16. We are extremely proud to sponsor this excellent team who are captained by Lorcan Lyons. This victory promotes the Monaleen team into the 2023 Limerick senior hurling championship.