Family Law

Separation Agreements
Judicial Separation
Divorce Proceedings – on consent


Buying and Selling your Property
Investment Properties
Tenancy Agreements
Landlord and Tenant Disputes
Private Residential Tenancies Board
Sale, Purchase and Lease of Commercial Property


Personal Injury*
Road Traffic Accidents*
Injunction Applications
Landlord and Tenant Disputes
Breach of Contract
Disputes in relation to Administration of Estates

Employment Law

Unfair Dismissal Claims
Wrongful Dismissals
Employment Injunctions
Holiday and Notice Claims
Drafting Contracts of Employments
Health Safety
Transfer of Undertakings
Equality and Discriminating
Maternity Rights.

Wills and Probate

Drafting Wills
Application for Grant of Probate
Application for Letters of Administration (Intestate)
Succession Act, 1965 – Rules of Intestacy
Family Arrangements
Disputes in relation to Estates

Commercial Law

Share Sale and Purchase Agreements
Partnership Agreements
Commercial Contracts and Agreements
Agency Agreements
Franchise and Distribution Agreements
Intellectual Property
Company Formation
Company Secretarial Service

Employment Law

An Enduring Power of Attorney, also known as a ‘Living Will’, allows you appoint a member of your family or other trusted person to act as your Attorney in the event that you become mentally incapacitated. The powers granted to your Attorney may be broad or may be limited to a very specific purpose.

*  In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion
    of any award or settlement

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