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Doyle Associates Solicitors provide expert legal services to all areas in Dublin and Ireland.
We have assisted clients from the following Dublin areas, Adamstown, Ballyfermot, Beaumont, Blackrock, Blanchardstown, Brittas, Bray, Bluebell, Carlow, Castleknock, Celbridge, City Centre, Clondalkin, Clonee, Clonsilla, Coolock, Crumlin, Cabra, Chapelizod, Drimnagh, Donnybrook, Dunboyne, Dundrum, Dun Laoghaire, Greenhills, Enniskerry, Finglas, Firhouse, Foxrock, Glasnevin, Harolds Cross, Howth, Inchicore, Killiney, Kilmainham, Kilcock, Kimmage, Knocklyon, Lucan, Leixlip, Maynooth, Malahide, Milltown, Mulhuddart, Newcastle, Palmerstown, Santry, Sutton, Swords, Rathcoole, Rathgar, Rathfarnham, Rathoath, Ranelagh, Rathmines, Sandyford, Shankill, Stepaside, Stillorgan, Straffan, Tallaght, Templeogue, Terenure, Walkinstown, Drogheda, Kildare, Wicklow, Meath, Louth
Commercial law - covers the wide range of legal issues affecting Businesses & Partnerships from company law to employment law, from tax law to health & safety.

Company law - providing service for clients in regard to all aspects of Company Law including the setting up of new businesses, registrations required by Compliance Legislation along with specialized advice to Shareholders and Directors of Companies in all aspects of the company Law Acts.

Our area of expertise include :

Business Startup
Company & Partnership Formations
Shareholder & Investor Agreements
Commercial Dispute Resolution
Company Takeovers & Share Sales
Debt Recovery
We have extensive expert knowledge in this area for both employers & employees. In these ever changing times we find ourselves in, the need for accurate and continuous reviews in the workplace through job-sharing, part-time, consultancy or alternative arrangements requires in-depth knowledge on how best practice should be upheld by both employer and employee. All our employment related matters are handled in complete confidence.

Our areas of expertise include :

Advice & Representation
Bullying and Harassment
Contract of employment, (Review & Advice)
Constructive Dismissal
E.A.T. / Representation
Equality Claims
Company Restructures, rights and obligations of Employers and Employees
Disciplinary & Discrimination Representation Hearings before the courts
Health & Safety Legislation & Regulations
Legal Risk Limitations Services for Employers
Maternity Rights for Employers & Employees
Redundancy, Termination of Employment
Safety Statements
Trade Union Law
Work Related Stress
Workplace / Employment Accidents, Claims at work
Unfair / Constructive Dismissal Claims
Pension advice on company group schemes, Trust deeds, duties & obligations of employers & employees on transfer of Undertaking
Residential conveyancing is the legal process involved in buying and selling a house or remortgaging a property thus legally transferring ownership from one party to another. We offer a special first time buyers package and offer extremely competitive rates.

Our areas of expertise include :

Residential & Investment Purchases & Sales
Letting agreements
Re-Mortgages, Equity release
Planning & Environmental Issues
Landlord / Tenant Agreements
Commercial conveyancing is the process by which interestes in commercial property are created and transferred.

Our areas of expertise incude :

Commercial Property Sales / Purchases
Commercial Leases, review and negotiations
Site Acquisition / Disposal
Property Joint Ventures
Tax Incentive Investment Business Letting Agreements
Landlord / Tenant Agreements
We have a specialised team dedicated to all family law related issues. The breakdown of family relationship brings both emotional & financial difficulties to all parties concerned. The situation is made more difficult when children are involved. There are many legal & taxation implications that arise from the breakdown of relationships. Due to the sensitive nature of this area the right advice is imperative.

Our areas of expertise include :

Separation , Divorce & Nullity
Child Custody & Maintenance, Financial Assessment
Company Shareholding, Partnership Assets, Agricultural Holdings, Farm Businesses
Collaborative Law
Settlement Negotiations
Succession Rights / Pre Marriage Advice
Lump sum payments & Pensions
A Will is a witnessed document that sets out in writing the deceased's wishes for his or her posessions, (called his or her 'estate'), after death. It is important that you make a Will since you place yourself in a position to provide for the distribution of your property by means of a clear Legal Document which will only take effect when you die. It allows an Individual to provide for the special needs of family members and furthermore it can also be used with proper advice as a Tax planning opportunity. If you do not make a Will you lose your chance to appoint an Executor to handle your affairs and furthermore your Estate will be divided in accordance with the Law of the land and not necessarily in the manner which you might have desired.
Probate is a legal process that allows a person to deal with a deceased person's assets e.g. property, money, life policies, credit union accounts, etc. in accordance with the wishes expressed by the deceased person in their Will.

Our areas of expertise include :

Administration of Estates
Enduring Powers of Attorney
Power of Attorney
Wards of Court
Inheritance Tax
Gift Tax
Contentious Matters
Asset Management
Litigation is a legal proceeding in a court, Judicial contest to determine & enforce legal rights. At Doyle Associates, Litigation is a key component of the services we provide to our clients. We provide advice & support to businesses & private individuals at every level in the Irish Courts.

Our areas of expertise include ;

Road Traffic Accidents
Accidents at work
Asbestos Claims
Public Liability Claims
Liability Claims
Arbitration Matters
Medical Negligence
Stress Related Claims
Fatal Injury Claims
Defamation & Libel
Property Disputes - including Landlord & Tennant
Breach of Contract
Corporate / Commercial
Phone 01 490 6577
* In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or portion of any award or settlement