Whether you are buying or selling a property, at first glance, the legal requirements of both the buyer and seller can seem incredibly complicated and confusing. Donal Quinn Solicitors, is available to help streamline the process for our clients. We explain the legal requirements of both the seller and the buyer in plain, easy to understand English. Our aim is to make the transfer of property as straight-forward and as simple as possible.
Making a will is a relatively easy process. However, complications can arise if you write the will yourself or use an online service.
When you hire one of our expert solicitors you can avoid the pitfalls associated with writing a will. The wills we write for clients are legally sound and thus limit the possibility of a dispute arising.
Donal Quinn Solicitors has over 40 years of experience representing clients in the Irish courts. We ensure that our clients get the kind of legal representation they need. We provide assistance and advice throughout all stages of the process. Our straight talking solicitors explain everything in plain, easy to understand English.
Internal family issues can be particularly distressing to an individual. As such we offer our clients sensitive legal advice and legal representation in all areas of family law. Our expert solicitors have the expertise to advise on everything including divorce, annulments, civil partnerships and child maintenance.
If you’ve been injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault, Donal Quinn Solicitors can help you achieve legal redress.* In the past, we have offered our legal expertise to individuals who've been injured in road traffic collisions, injured at work or been the victim of medical negligence.
If you’re unsure where you stand legally or if you have an issue that may require legal intervention, get in contact with Donal Quinn Solicitors today. Our straight talking solicitors can explain in plain English where you stand legally on any given issue and can advise you if you require our legal services.
* In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.