We are experts in a lot of legal areas

Our Solicitors

We, Solicitors Dublin, is a team of professional solicitors based in Dublin, Ireland. The firm specialises in wide range of practice areas that includes employment law, family law, personal injury law, property law, medical negligence law, defamation law etc. and also represents private clients in a range of other legal matters.

Family law solicitors

are professionals who help people with family law issues. They can assist individuals with divorces, custody disputes, and other family law matters..

Divorce solicitors

Divorce solicitors are professionals who help couples through the process of splitting up. They can provide advice on how to go about..

Personal injury solicitors

are lawyers who specialize in representing people who have been injured in accidents or as a result of other types of injuries..

Medical negligence solicitors

are a group of lawyers who specialize in representing clients in medical negligence cases. They can help people who ..

Property solicitors

Property solicitors are professionals who help people buy, sell, or lease property. They may work for a real estate company or on their own. They usually have a degree

Employment law solicitors

Employment law solicitors represent employees in disputes with their employers, including wrongful dismissal, redundancy..

Defamation solicitors

Defamation solicitors are people who work specifically to sue people for defamation. They can be employed by companies looking to sue their competitors

Litigation Solicitors

Litigation solicitors are lawyers who help clients initiate or defend lawsuits. They may work for law firms, government agencies,or private companies.

Road traffic accident solicitor Dublin

Road traffic accident solicitors are people who specialize in helping people who have been involved in a road traffic accident.

Work Accident Solicitors Dublin

Work accident solicitors are law professionals that specialize in representing employees who have been injured in work-related accidents.

Commercial Solicitors Dublin

Commercial law is the body of law that governs business transactions and deals with a wide variety of legal issues such as contracts, 

Our Services

We, being experienced solicitors in Dublin,  provide legal services in various aspects of law that includes:

Family Law: Family law is the area of law that governs relationships between family members, specifically marriage, divorce, child custody, and adoption. It can be extremely complex and involve a variety of legal concepts. If you are involved in a family law dispute, it is important to have an experienced lawyer on your side.

Divorce Law: When people get married, they are committing to spend the rest of their lives together. However, sometimes this commitment doesn’t work out.There are many factors that can lead to a divorce, including physical and emotional abuse, incompatibility, and adultery.Divorce is not easy to go through, but it is worth it if the couple can find a resolution that works for them.

Personal injury law: Personal injury law is a legal system that helps people who have been harmed by someone else receive compensation for their injuries. The law can help people who have been hurt in accidents, as well as those who have been hurt by other types of injuries, such as medical malpractice. Personal injury lawyers can help people get the compensation they deserve, whether it’s money for medical expenses, lost wages, or pain and suffering.

Employment law: Employment law is a legal system that governs the relationship between employers and employees. Employment law covers a wide range of topics, including minimum wage, overtime pay, employee benefits, sexual harassment, discrimination, and wrongful termination. Employment law can be complicated and may require the assistance of an attorney.

Property law: Property law is the body of law that governs the ownership, use, and transfer of property. Property law regulates both tangible and intangible assets, including land, buildings, patents, trademarks, and copyrights. Property law also covers specific aspects of contract law, such as breach of contract and torts. Property law is often studied in conjunction with contract law, real estate law, and investment banking. We provide legal supports to our clients related to property law.

Medical negligence law: Medical negligence law is a legal framework which allows individuals to pursue justice for injuries that were caused by medical professionals. This area of law is often used in cases where the individual believes that the medical professional did not adhere to standard safety practices, or where the individual believes that the injury was caused by something other than the medical professional’s actions. Therefore, it is necessary to contact with medical negligence solicitors near you.

Litigation: Litigation is a process used to resolve disputes. Litigation can be conducted in a variety of ways, including through the courts, by negotiation, or by arbitration. Litigation can be expensive, and it can take a long time to resolve a dispute. If you need legal service regarding litigation law, then we can help you out.

Fintech Law: Fintech law is a rapidly growing and developing field that is constantly changing as new technologies are developed. Fintech companies must comply with a variety of regulations, including financial services regulations, consumer protection laws, and anti-money laundering laws. Fintech companies should also be aware of the risks associated with doing business in this rapidly growing field, and ensure that they are fully compliant with all applicable laws.

Immigration law: Immigration law is a broad and complex field that governs the legal status of immigrants and their rights. Immigration law is divided into two main categories: immigration law enforcement and immigration law.

Defamation law: Defamation law is a legal principle that holds that it is unlawful to publish false statements about a person, which may then harm their reputation. Defamation can take many different forms, from libel to slander. In most cases, the person who is defamed must prove that the statement was made with malicious intent and was actually harmful to their reputation. If a defamation case is successful, the defendant may be ordered to pay damages to the plaintiff. In this case, the best option is to contact with defamation solicitors in your area.