Power of Attorney & Wardship

Unfortunately life moves on and it’s prudent to make sure you have the best plan in place to protect both you and your dependents as you get older.

Establishing Power of Attorney allows you to decide who will make decisions on your behalf should you ever be unable to look after your own affairs. Alternatively, if this is not in place, a person could be made a Ward of Court, in which case the court decides who will look after their affairs.

As a firm with an established and lengthy history, we naturally tend to take a pragmatic, long-term view, and we believe that it’s important to plan for the future and whatever it may bring. Our team can help with any Power of Attorney or Ward of Court issues, and always in a pragmatic and sensitive way.

  • Power of Attorney & Wardship

Ian Sheehy
Ian SheehyPartner & Notary Public
Sinéad Glynn
Sinéad GlynnSolicitor
Mary Ryan
Mary RyanSolicitor
Mary Nolan
Mary NolanConsultant
Fionnuala Keating
Fionnuala KeatingConsultant
Niall Sheehy
Niall SheehyConsultant & Notary Public