Pearts Solicitors would like to wish you all a wonderful Christmas despite the current conditions, and look forward to better times in 2021!
The office of will close for the Christmas break on Wednesday 23rd December and will re-open on Monday the 4th January 2021 at 9am.
In light of the current COVID-19 virus outbreak, Pearts Solicitors continue to offer all services to our clients.
In line with Government guidelines, we have put a comprehensive contingency plan in place to ensure safety for all.
Please continue to contact us by phone on 01 873 6238 or email Tadgh Kelly Solicitor firstname.lastname@example.org or AnnMarie Lynch Solicitor email@example.com directly, who will, as far as possible, deal with all queries remotely.
Visits to our office are currently restricted, but by special arrangement, and observing strict protocols as advised by The Law Society, some appointments can be facilitated, for example for the execution of a Will, or Mortgage Documents, that would need to be witnessed by us.
Thank you for your understanding.
When a parent or both parents own land and are considering transferring a site to a child to allow the child to build his or her principal residence they should be aware that it may give rise to a number of taxes. However, there are favourable tax consequences when transferring a site to a child.
The relevant taxes are: Keep reading →
Spring is a popular time for buying and selling property. Hopefully the answers to the following questions will give you some insight about the process of selling your home.
How do I sell my house?
There are two ways to sell a house – by private treaty or by auction. It is important to be guided by an auctioneer or other professionals in the area as to the best way to sell your particular house. Which method is the better will depend on a number of factors including the type of house, the state of the property market, the area etc. This is why it is best to consult a professional Keep reading →
In other preparation to comply with this new regulation, Pearts staff received their training in GDPR this week and are now fully aware that it does not stand for Go Down to the Post Room or General Daily Productivity Rate but does, in fact, mean General Data Protection Regulation.
All staff will be working extremely hard to make sure they adhere to our new policies which we have implemented to keep us fully compliant.
For more information on this new EU regulation, visit www.gdprandyou.ie
His main area of research as part of his Masters programme was in the area of head injury arising out of car on bicycle collisions, paying particular attention to the courts view of the efficacy of the bicycle crash helmet in injury prevention and the degree of reduction in awards in compensation for the non-wearing of a bicycle crash helmet.
When asked why he wanted to focus on this particular topic, he replied, Keep reading →
Rathmines Library is hosting a series of talks on the theme of House and Home, and the first speaker to kick-start the event on May 16th at 6.30pm is our very own Tadgh Kelly Solicitor.
Do you have encroaching roots from next door? Or can you lop overhanging branches? What are your legal rights when it comes to neighbourhood issues? As the author of Neighbours and the Law, Ireland’s first publication dealing with legal issues that may arise between neighbours, Tadgh is extremely knowledgeable on this topic and will give a fascinating talk, with a question and answer session to follow.
So if you have an interest in hearing about the maze of everyday issues that occur in urban and rural neighbourhood life, and practical advice and remedies to go with them, then pop along to Rathmines Library at 6.30pm on May 16th.
See here for more information on the event and the rest of the talks taking place until the end of May.
After 135 years of operating solely from Dublin City Centre, Pearts Solicitors have opened a branch office, in Rathmines, Dublin 6.