Making A Will
One of the most frequent enquiries Inclusion Ireland receive is on the topic of Making a Will.
People with disabilities
If you are a person with a disability and would like to make a will, we have partnered with PILA’s pro-bono referral scheme, LinkedIn and Mason, Hayes & Curran solicitors to offer free will consultations. All the solicitors who take part have received training on disability and communication.
Participants in the project have described the experience as a positive one saying: “The solicitors explained everything to me as they went along”; “They listened to me very much. I thought they were excellent”; and “I asked a few questions and if I couldn’t understand they explained it to me.”
The project is open to people with disabilities and appointments are made by contacting our Advocacy Project Worker Yvonne O'Sullivan via firstname.lastname@example.org or (01) 8559891
For parents of people with disabilities there are many considerations.
- Social Protection payments
- Disability Allowance Means Test
- Ward of Court Issues
- Guardianship (involving children)
- Living arrangements
- Trust Funds
Individuals with Disabilities have the same rights as others to make a will.
Guides and Fact Sheets
Inclusion Ireland has prepared two guides on making wills, and these guides are designed to be used in conjunction with legal advice from your solicitor.
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