Republic of Ireland Law
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1. Yes, the Irish will is still valid and operative as of the date of death. Essentially, under Irish law a will is only revoked upon marriage or by act of the testator. It is not inoperative should you divorce. Accordingly, the Irish will is still valid and because it is your only will, it governs all your assets as of the date of death. Be aware that should you remarry, it will be necessary to make a new will.