Frequently Asked Questions

How Can I Use My Title?

As an Irish Landowner you can refer to yourself as a Squireen. An Irish ‘Squireen’ means Irish Landowner and translated into English means (male form) ‘Squire’ or (female form) ‘Squiress’. It is simply a courtesy title, not a nobility title and this should not be confused as such. You can use your title on your bank details, utility bills and many other forms of identification as long as it is not used illegally for actions such as fraud or money laundering etc.

We have included your personalised Master Title Deed which is accepted internationally to confirm your change of title on your chosen official documentation. However, it should be noted that some government documentation i.e., passports or driving licenses do not require a title and therefore cannot be changed.