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Welcome to the P.O’Connor & Son Solicitors Law blog. Founded in 1900, our firm has a long and distinguished tradition of providing legal advice and services in Ballina, Castlebar, Swinford, Kiltimagh and across Co Mayo and the West of Ireland and we are now one of the leading law firms in Connacht. This blog is intended to give our clients and future clients an insight into areas of law that may affect them in the present or future. We hope that you will find this blog helpful.
Siobhán Durkan a solicitor at our firm recently featured in The Irish Times Property Clinic. You can read the original article here and or read the full article below. The maps for my property indicated a right of way access to my garden via a traditional laneway. One...read more
Samantha Geraghty, Solictor and Partner, at our firm recently featured in the Irish Times Property Clinic. You can read the original article here and or read the full article below. Earlier in the year I put my mortgage-free house in Dublin 8 on the market for...read more
William O'Connor, Solicitor and Partner at P. O'Connor & Son, solicitors, recently featured in the Irish Times Property Clinic where he answered a readers question regarding property tax. You can read the article below and or you can access the Irish Times article...read more
Photo taken by Katie O’Connor – from left: Shirley Prendergast, Maura Kennedy, Patrick O’Connor, (managing partner & head of the litigation department), William O’Connor (partner), Patty Coss (office manager) and Anthony Oates. P. O’Connor & Son...read more
As your inbox is taken over by GDPR circulars you may wonder what is this all about? You will be forgiven for thinking that this is the biggest thing to happen since the Y2K bug and be scared at the prospect of what will be required in order to comply. We have had...read more
Big Brother wants to know who owns your Company – The Beneficial Ownership Register and what you as an individual or Company need to know
Background On 15 November 2016, part of the 4th EU Anti-Money Laundering Directive was passed into Irish law by The European Union (Anti-Money Laundering: Beneficial Ownership of Corporate Entities) Regulations 2016. Why was this introduced? The aim of the Directive...read more