From June 8th, we welcome visitors back to our office.
Whilst our office is now closed to comply with Government guidelines to reduce the spread of Covid-19, we are still working and are available to assist you.
Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 053-9233111 with any queries or to arrange a phone consultation.
Stay well and take good care.
For the health of our clients, staff and community, please only visit our office if it is absolutely essential.
Having recently been audited by The Institute of Legal Research and Standards, we were once again, awarded a Gold Q6000 Certificate. We achieved an exceptional overall rating of 99%.
In an interview with the Irish Independent last Friday, 17th January, Angela Denning, CEO of the Courts Services, discusses new reforms that will make court-use quicker, cheaper and easier.
Our office in Enniscorthy will close at 3pm on Friday, 20th of December and reopen at 9am on Monday, 6th of January.
Minister for Transport Shane Ross is bringing his proposals to Cabinet today in relation to graduated speeding penalties. He has modified some key proposals after a backlash from some rural Ministers.
My Legacy is an umbrella group of 70 Irish charities asking people to remember a charity they care about in their will, once all other important personal decisions have been made.
As part of the process of making your will with John A Sinnott Solicitors, we ask you to make a list of everything you own i.e. your assets. So, for example, your house, your car, money in the bank etc. But many people forget about their online assets. You should consider this important element of your life.
New legislation in place since August 1st, 2019 reinforces the special status of a person’s principal private residence in mortgage arrears proceedings. Repossession of a principal private residence should remain an action of last resort.
The August bank holiday weekend is approaching and we are all looking forward to some rest and relaxation. If you’re driving this weekend, the roads are sure to be busy and so extra care and attention is needed. Here is a reminder some of the basic regulations we must adhere to, to help us say safe on the roads.
At the eighth annual Irish Law Awards at the Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge, we were the only Wexford firm to be shortlisted. On the night, we were successful in picking up the award for Excellence and Innovation in Client Services in Leinster.
A number of changes to parental leave are due to take place in 2019 and 2020. These include:
On May 24th, we will be asked to vote on a proposal to change the Constitution of Ireland in relation to divorce.
A recent report carried out by PricewaterhouseCooper revealed that Irish Family Firms are putting themselves at risk by not having formal succession plans in place.