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Johnstown School Annual Calendar 2014

Having missed out last year, O'Kelly Solicitors are delighted to be a part of Our Lady of Good Counsel Boys School annual calendar. The calendar raises much need funds for our local school in Killiney and we hope that all parents contribute.

Reduction in Bankruptcy Fees in Ireland

The recent passing of Statutory Instrument No.

RTAI Article on Wills October 2014

We have now begun providing Articles for the RTAI (the Retired Teachers Association of Ireland) quarterly magazine, called "Comhnasc".

What is an Enduring Power of Attorney?

In Ireland, there are two types of Power of Attorney which people can encounter. The first is a simple “Power of Attorney” and the second is an “Enduring Power of Attorney” (or “EPA”).

Alternative Dispute Resolution in Ireland

Alternative Dispute Resolution (or ADR) is a mechanism which aims to resolve disputes between parties without the need for costly litigation. ADR covers mediation, conciliation or arbitration.

Best Will in the World Week 2014

For the second year in a row, we are delighted to associate ourselves with the Best Will in the World Week which is running from the 20th to the 24th October 2014. MyLegacy.

A Second Big Thank You!

Would just like to thank all my clients, my friends and especially my family for supporting the Firm in our first successful year in business. Its been an interesting year, bringing both triumphs and unexpected challenges.

On-Line Consumer Protection Strengthened

As of the 14th of this month, the Government introduced Statutory Instrument No. 484 of 2013 which provides for greater consumer protection to on-line consumers given the shift in recent years from off-line to on-line retail.

Johnstown School Race Night 2014 Sponsorship

O'Kelly Solicitors are proud to be sponsoring "the O'Kelly Solicitors Champion Hurdle" at the Johnstown Boys Race Night on Friday, the 13th June 2014 in the Graduate Pub, Killiney.

Insolvency in Ireland – still a developing situation?

Since the introduction of the new insolvency regime, there has been countless stories of he low uptake and slow start the Insolvency Service of Ireland (ISI) has had.