We have a dedicated family law department. We will provide you with expert advice, guidance and legal information to ensure you achieve the best possible outcome to your family law case. Our office hours are Mon – Fri 9am to 5.30pm. Contact us to book your consultation by phone or face to face.

Family Law Legal Services and Advice

Our legal team will be on hand to answer any questions you have and we will provide you with practical advice/solutions, peace of mind and a prompt conclusion. Our aim is to negotiate an amicable resolution while avoiding unnecessary adversarial litigation.



In order for a couple to divorce, it must be satisfied that both spouses have been living apart for at 2 of last 3 years before the application is made.

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Separation Agreements

If you and your spouse have agreed the broad terms of your separation we can put those terms into a legally binding contract.

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Nullity of Marriage

There are two types of marriages that may be annulled by the Court – Void Marriages and Voidable Marriages.

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Cohabitation Agreements

If you have been living with a partner for five years – then you are what the law terms as a ‘Qualifying Cohabitant.’

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Civil Partnerships

Civil Partners must wait at least two years before making an application for Dissolution and it’s a option to enter into a Separation Agreement pending Dissolution.

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Issues Relating to Children

We are experienced in advising clients on all family law legal issues affecting children in the context of relationship breakdown, divorce, separation, other.

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Barring & Protection Orders

Domestic violence under Irish Law encompasses the use of physical or emotional force or threat of physical force in an intimate relationship.

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Judicial Separation

A Judicial Separation is where the Court makes an Order formally declaring that you and your spouse are no longer legally obliged to live together.

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Access to Children

Access is the right of a child and a parent and/or guardian who do not live together to spend time together, the right to take the child or children out for specified periods of time.

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  • Child Abductions & Relocation

  • Guardianship

  • Custody

  • Succession Rights

  • Pre-Nuptial Agreements

  • Same Sex Couples