undercover

Private Eye? Undercover at your cost

As citizens we all have the right to basic privacy, and if that right is breached for whatever reason then you may well have cause to seek recompense through the courts. That was what one family did after a husband and wife and their six-year-old daughter were photographed and videoed without their knowledge or consent…

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Buying a house

Why Is My House Purchase/Sale So Slow?

As everything in our daily life gets faster more people are beginning to question why a house purchase/sale is so slow.  Surely with the advent of technology in all our lives there must be something that can speed things up to get a completion sooner rather than later? Solicitors will tell you that it will…

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Quickie Divorce

Can I Have A Quickie Divorce?

We hear stories and read about people (usually abroad) getting a “quickie divorce”.  In Ireland it is not so simple: sometimes Solicitors in dealing with separation proceedings will promote further business by saying that the divorce will be a simple “rubber stamp” procedure once we get all the details sorted at the separation stage.  …

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Irish Law Awards 2018

Yes we are delighted to be the winners of Law Firm of the Year in Excellence in Client Services Nationwide and in Connaght /Ulster at the recent Irish Law Awards 2018 When you attend these awards you are in a room full of colleagues and fellow solicitors and then when you win it is a…

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Wills Challenge

Help! I Am An Executor Of A Will What Happens Next?

Help I Am An Executor Of A Will What Happens Next? The main person looking after an will/ estate of a deceased person is an Executor. Where there is a Will they are called an Executor, if there is no Will they are called an Administrator. The duties on them are the same. The first…

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Irish Law Awards 2018

Irish Law Awards 2018

We are honoured and delighted to be shortlisted for this years Irish Law Awards and to be in such illustrious company. With a bit of luck in reward for the office teams hard work over the year we will bring home an award!

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Injuries Board

7 changes the Injuries Board are proposing soon!

Seven changes proposed to the Injuries Board system. Since we wrote the book back in 2012, the Injuries Board is now seeking to change some of the rules they operate under by lobbying to amend the legislation.  These changes will affect you in how you bring your claim.  The Bill is only in the early stages and may…

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Solicitors Negligence

Solicitor’s Negligence?

Seven areas of potential Solicitor’s Negligence to look at to see if you have a right to claim. 1. A Solicitor owes a duty to clients directly, and even to those who are not clients (beneficiaries under a Will).  The solicitor must know, or ought to know, who will be relying on his/her skill.  We…

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Co Habitation Agreement

Drafting a Co-Habitation Agreement ..we can help you both

Drafting a Co-Habitation Agreement ..we can help you both Moving in together? Are you protected if it goes wrong? Look, we all hope for the best when we find the “right one”. You want to save money so you move in to rent one property only. Maybe you are lucky and one of you already…

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GDPR and YOU

GDPR…..and YOU?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force on the 25th May 2018, replacing the existing data protection framework under the EU Data Protection Directive. The clock is ticking fast regarding compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will be fully enforced from 25 May 2018, with severe penalties for non-compliance.…

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