As we’re coming towards the end of the year, the topics below are particularly apt at this time.
We were recently audited by The Institute of Legal Research and Standards and were successful in achieving a ‘gold’ ’ Q6000 legal standards award.
We are delighted to work with ‘My Legacy’ which is a coalition of almost 80 Irish charities working together to promote the power of legacy giving. ‘My Legacy’ highlights the fact that leaving a gift in a Will to a charity is a simple and fulfilling experience that anyone can do. Ireland lags greatly behind the UK in what charities earn from legacies, with only 6% of income coming from legacies, compared to 40% in the UK.
Congratulations to the Blackwater girls on reaching the Under-16 Camogie County Final!
Ulster Bank ran a very pleasant breakfast meeting at Pauline McGuire’s Toffee & Thyme Restaurant in Enniscorthy this morning. John A. Sinnott & Co Conveyancing Manager Jean Murphy attended the meeting.
Life is short. We have heard it said a thousand times. Perhaps that is why we avoid planning for our death. In neglecting to make a Will, we are neglecting to care for those left behind.
In May of this year, the Director of Public Prosecutions issued a direction to the Gardaí that if a suspect in Garda custody requests their solicitor to be present, then this request should be granted. The Department of Justice and Equality informed the Law Society, the ruling body for solicitors, that solicitors may now advise clients in person during Garda interviews.
I am often often asked, ‘What are the legal steps involved in buying/selling my house. . .?’
We are delighted to announce that we have just launched our second generation website in an effort to enhance the quality and accessibility of legal information for the business community, local people and indeed, for clients nationally and internationally . . .
The regulations make it an offence to send or read a text message from a mobile phone while driving a mechanically propelled vehicle. . .
Recently opened at Carrig House on Roche’s Road, Wexford; Aistear will provide assessment, treatment, support and consultation services for children, adolescents and adults who have engaged in a broad range of anti-social or criminal behaviour. . .