Lawyers or Grave Robbers? by Diarmuid Hannigan


Lawyers or Grave Robbers?Lawyers or Grave Robbers?

by Diarmuid Hannigan

Unlike most other professions the legal fraternity when acting as paid professional executors remain largely unaccountable and can only be judged by their peers.

A consumer of their services is not provided with any quality standards or guidelines as to how lawyer/executors behave. If one has concerns about inefficient and costly procedures, they are impossible to pin down.

They are a law unto themselves. In jurisdictions of criminal, business and financial disputes, it is possible to argue that there is a need for adversarialism.

In the event of a parent’s death and the passing on of the centuries of accumulated family wealth to the distressed and grieving relative’s different skills are essential.

Skills of conciliation, negotiation, mediation and selflessness upon which the beneficiaries of deceased estates can rely.

  • Publisher: Createspace
  • Published: 18 April 2008
  • Format: Paperback 252 pages
  • ISBN 13: 9781453701829
  • ISBN 10: 1453701826

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