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Is An Open Relationship Cause To Remove A Child From Parental Care?

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In Irish law, particularly in care proceedings, the welfare of the child must come first at all times. This is the governing principle upon which decisions are made about child custody and the rare cases in which children are removed from their parent’s care. Procedures to take a child into care will usually follow a long period of time in…

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Why Do I Need A Will?

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A Will is a legally binding document that is used to determine how a person’s estate and property will be distributed after his or her death. This is the best way to ensure that your wishes will be followed after your death, and it must be written clearly so that there is no possibility of it being contested in the…

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How To Get A Divorce

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If a marriage has gone beyond the point of reconciliation, and one or both partners has made the decision to divorce, the question of how to proceed will arise. In Ireland, as long as at least one partner has lived in the country for at least a year, a married couple can divorce if certain circumstances apply. These include: Living…

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Making A Personal Injury Claim

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If you have been injured and believe that another party is at fault, you may be able to make a claim for compensation under personal injury legislation. In Ireland, you will make your claim through the Injuries Board in the first instance, and you should do this after you have sought legal and medical advice. Failing to do this can…

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Is It Possible To Dispute A Will?

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When someone you love has died, dealing with all of their personal effects and the distribution of property is a complex matter, even if there are no complicating factors. Taking care of this as well as processing your own grief can be very difficult. However, if you believe that a Will is unfair, or that it has not been made…

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