Estate Planning

For decades, we have been helping families in Northern Ireland protect and preserve their wealth, ensuring their estate strategy works for generations to come. As a law firm that has been around for more than 125 years, we are proud to have advised many generations of high-net-worth individuals and their families in Northern Ireland and further afield on all matters affecting their business, personal and family wealth.


Recognised as leaders in Northern Irish private client law, we understand that every family and every estate is unique and requires specialist advice to manage their affairs in this complex and ever-changing world. We work seamlessly alongside our global network of accountants, bankers, financial advisers, surveyors, agents and other experts, to deliver advice tailored to suit the needs, values and future objectives of our clients, many of whom have complex affairs in multiple jurisdictions.


Of particular importance to our Private Clients is our ability to manage all their business affairs through one point of contact. Our Private Client team work closely with others in the firm, meaning our clients have access to the best real estate, corporate, commercial, dispute resolution, and reputational management services.

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