Solicitor addresses Women in Farming group on wills

BY David tucker

Published 27/02/2016 | 00:00

At the talk in the IFA Centre, Enniscorthy (from left): Breda Cahill, Susan Roche, speaker John G. Murphy, Ann Doran and Mary Geraldine Buttle.
At the talk in the IFA Centre, Enniscorthy (from left): Breda Cahill, Susan Roche, speaker John G. Murphy, Ann Doran and Mary Geraldine Buttle.

John G. Murphy, principal of John A. Sinnott Solicitors, Enniscorthy, a member of the LILAC professionals panel, recently addressed members of the Wexford Women in Farming group on the subject of Inheritance, Succession and Putting Your Affairs in Order at the IFA Centre, Enniscorthy.

His hour-long talk, which is part of the LILAC education and training programme included discussion and question and answers on making a will, transfer of property, tax implications and how people might save time and money while making good planning decisions. LILAC is the life, investment, legacy and care association which comprises County Wexford professionals from the legal, accountancy, financial, investment, counselling and care professions and community leaders and members of the public who have come together to help people achieve quality of living and well being. Meanwhile, Minister Brendan Howlin made an impromptu visit to the LILAC session on Protecting Your Assets, presented by Eugene Doyle, chartered accountant , and David Fogarty and Aoife Caulfield both financial advisers at Sheridan Insurances, Wexford at the Riverside Park last Monday. The final session of the six- night LILAC pilot programme will have the theme Pensions and Investments and will be presented by Eugene Doyle and risk analysis expert Myles Roban and is scheduled to be held at the Riverside Park Hotel on Monday, February 29, at 8 p.m.

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