Donnelly Neary & Donnelly complete site acquisition for residential housing development in Carrickmines County Dublin for Developer client

March 2014 Donnelly Neary & Donnelly complete site acquisition for residential housing development in Carrickmines County Dublin for Developer client . Our Dublin Office advised on the establishment a a suitable acquisiton vehicle and exit mechanism for investors inorporating a firmt legal charge on the site to protect the investors Development work has commenced on…

Alternative Dispute Resolution – Donnelly Neary & Donnelly join Law Society of Northern Ireland Dispute Resolution Service

Alternative Dispute Resolution – Donnelly Neary & Donnelly join Law Society of Northern Ireland Dispute Resolution Service (DRS) As a Qualified and Accredited Mediator Kevin Neary has successfully been appointed to the Law Society DRS panel DNDLAW feel that this will greatly assist clients in obtaining a cost effective and prompt resolution of disputes that…

Kevin Neary speaks at Cross Border Solicitors Continuing Professional Development forum on Cross Border Estates

Kevin Neary delivered a lecture at a Seminar organised by the Law Society of Ireland under its skillnet programe to solicitors from both jurisdictions in Ireland on Administering Cross Border Estates at the Four Seasons Hotel Monaghan on 14th June 2013 To see the slideshow presentation of what he said at the meeting please click…

Debt Collection in Ireland – Dublin Office of Donnelly Neary & Donnelly post simple user guide to collecting debts in Ireland

Donnelly Neary & Donnelly have published a 10 step guide to the stages involved in collecting debts in Ireland . We have a substantial practice in collecting debts in both though the courts in Belfast and in Dublin . In each jurisdiction there are subtle differences and as part our goal of making legal processes…

REGULATION – Probate formally opened up to accountants in England

The Lord Chancellor Chris Grayling, has formally approved the right of chartered accountants and legal executives to offer non-contentious probate services in England and Wales without a solicitor. The deregulation was recommended by the Legal Services Board (LSB) last December. The LSB noted that many accountants already offer trust planning and estate administration services, and…