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Assisted Decision-Making (Capacity) Act is now Enacted

By jasinnottadmin Tuesday, 9th May 2023 | 0 comments
Filed under: Wills and Probate, Family Law.
The Assisted Decision-Making (Capacity) Act 2015 came into effect on 26 April 2023. It is a law that establishes a new legal framework for supported decision-making in Ireland. It allows for people who may have difficulty in making decisions, to make legal agreements on how they can be supported to make decisions about their welfare, property and affairs.

Enduring Power of Attorney

By jasinnottadmin Tuesday, 13th September 2022 | 0 comments
Filed under: Wills and Probate.
What will happen to your care, care of dependents, possessions and financial matters if you are no longer able to make informed decisions for yourself? To prepare for this possibility, you can make an Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA).  

New Law to Protect Workers' Tips

By jasinnottadmin Tuesday, 23rd August 2022 | 0 comments
Filed under: Company Law, Employment Law.
A new law to ensure workers fairly receive their tips and gratuities has been passed by the Oireachtas.  New regulations will give effect to the law after consultations with employee and employer organisations.  

Awarded Gold Q6000 Legal Standards Award

By jasinnottadmin Tuesday, 8th March 2022 | 0 comments
Filed under: JAS News.
We were recently audited by The Institute of Legal Research and Standards and were successful in achieving a ‘Gold’ Q6000 legal standards award.  The Q6000 is an advanced practice, risk and quality management standard awarded to solicitors’ firms who have demonstrated exceptional levels of client, practice and risk management.  We excelled in all areas of the rigorous audit and achieved an exceptional overall rating of 99%!

Tips When Making Your Will

By jasinnottadmin Monday, 31st January 2022 | 0 comments
Filed under: Wills and Probate.
Everybody’s situation is different and deserves to be discussed individually but there are certain nuggets of advice that will apply to most situations:

Increase in Separation and Divorce during Lockdown?

By jasinnottadmin Tuesday, 16th November 2021 | 0 comments
Filed under: Family Law.
There have been many media reports citing huge increases in separation and divorce rates in Ireland since Covid-19 forced us all to stay at home.  It is true that there has been a rise in divorce rates in Ireland.  The Court Services Annual Report shows that the numbers of court applications were:

Considerations when Making a Will

By jasinnottadmin Tuesday, 9th November 2021 | 0 comments
Filed under: Wills and Probate.
If making a will in 2021, there are things to consider that we didn’t have to many years ago.  There are many principles, however, that remain the same.  Here are some of the questions we are frequently asked.  

Oilgate to Rosslare Bypass

By jasinnottadmin Tuesday, 3rd August 2021 | 0 comments
Filed under: Buying/Selling Property, Local News.
The M11 Gorey to Enniscorthy motorway opened to traffic in July 2019, so Oilgate to Rosslare is now the only section of road from Belfast not of dual carriageway or motorway standard.  Wexford County Council is working in association with Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) to develop an approximate 30km section of road which will link Rosslare Europort with both Dublin via the M11 and Cork/Waterford via the N25. The route can be seen here and will involve a significant amount of private land being acquired by the Local Authority for the project. 

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