What We Do

What We Do

Personal Injury*

If you have suffered an injury as a result of an accident that was someone else’s fault, you can pursue a claim for compensation. We will help recover compensation for your physical, psychological and financial losses.

Medical Negligence

If you have been the victim of a poor standard of medical care, then you may be entitled to claim compensation for medical negligence.

Wills and Probate and Probate Disputes

What would happen if you and your spouse both died? Who would look after your children’s interests? What would happen if you became either so physically or mentally unwell that you couldn’t look after your own affairs? Writing a will can help answer these questions. Probate deals with distributing the assets of a person who has died.

Complex Family Law

The breakdown of a relationship is one of the most stressful events in your life. We hope that we can make things a little easier for you by giving you all the help you need to fully understand the legal and practical consequences. We will help relieve some of the uncertainty of your very difficult situation.


Conveyancing is the legal process involved in buying, selling or re-mortgaging a property.


An application to have someone made a Ward of Court is generally made when they are unable to look after their own affairs and there is some legal or financial logjam that can only be solved by making the person a Ward.

Legal Advice for the Elderly

In our later years we need to plan how we will be looked after as we age, and what will happen when we are gone.  We appreciate that people may not be as mobile as they advance in age and we very often see clients in their own homes.

Motorbike Law

We have a strong interest in motorbikes and any legal issues relating to them. Our managing partner is a biker and we understand the dangers that face every biker.

Business Law / Disputes

The firm has significant experience in dealing with business matters and disputes that arise for our clients. We advise clients in organising their business affairs and dealing with their customers and suppliers.

Employment Law

Know where you stand. If you work outside the home, you spend much of life at work and uncertainty or difficulties there can be very stressful.

Notary Public

A Notary Public is a person (generally a lawyer) appointed by the Chief Justice to certify documents and to witness documents in Ireland for use abroad. Foreign Government bodies, lawyers, institutions and businesses rely on the Certificate from the Notary in Ireland to guarantee the authenticity of the document that has been presented to them.

Charities, Voluntary Bodies and Religious Institutions

We have acted for many charities and voluntary bodies since the firm was founded over 35 years ago. We understand the ethos and approach of voluntary organizations and take this into account in our advice to our clients.

Farming / Equestrian Law

Kildare and its surrounding counties have some of the best farmland in Ireland and we are very experienced in farming matters. We have a very good practical understanding farming and equestrian issues.


In Ireland the right to one’s good name is protected under the Constitution.  A person, or indeed a business, cannot underestimate the value of their reputation. Whilst they may take years to build, reputations can be destroyed in an instant. This can have serious consequences for your personal life and that of your family and it can seriously damage a business’s performance.  If your reputation is damaged because of false or misleading information published by another, you may be entitled to bring a claim for defamation.

Coroners and Inquests

The coroner is a public official whose job it is to enquire into sudden, unnatural or violent deaths. Doctors and the Gardaí will report any unnatural or sudden deaths to the coroner and if he is of the view that the death was unnatural or violent (as opposed to death from a sudden illness), he will hold an inquest.

Internet and Social Media

The internet and social media is constantly evolving. In the last decade alone we have seen the rise and fall of Bebo, the rise and rise of Facebook, Twitter and Youtube. The smartphone and 3G mobile access have revolutionised the very way we communicate. It is almost impossible for people to keep up to date with all the changes.


The management of schools is subject to many layers or regulation and issues frequently arise requiring our advice. These include disciplinary, troublesome pupils, disputes between parents and governance issues regarding the board of management. We also deal with allegations of abuse.

*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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