Brophy’s Law Blog

Too little, too late?

Harry Gleeson made history last week for being the first recipient of a posthumous pardon from the State. In 1940, Harry Gleeson found the murdered body of Mary “Moll” McCarthy and reported it to his Garda station in Tipperary. Devastatingly, Mr Gleeson never could have predicted that his good deed […]

GROUNDS FOR AN ANNULMENT

Nullity of marriage is a declaration by a court that your marriage is null and void, and that no valid marriage exists between you and your partner. In order for a court to grant a decree of nullity, it must be satisfied that the purported marriage was either void or […]

‘NO NAME, NO NUMBER’ – DEALING WITH HIT AND RUN ACCIDENTS

Most of us know what to do when we are in an accident involving another vehicle, but what happens when the other vehicle does not stop? Or you fail to get insurance details? Or you are given false contact details? How do you pursue compensation when the other party is […]

RESIDENTIAL CONVEYANCING SPECIAL €999 + VAT AND OUTLAYS*

For many of us, buying a property is the single biggest financial decision we ever undertake. Property transactions are inherently complex, thus choosing the right solicitor can help prevent an exciting experience from becoming a stressful one. Whether you are a first time buyer or a seasoned investor, at Brophy […]

DEBT COLLECTION BEST PRACTICES

1. Create a Clear Payment Policy Manage the expectations of your client from the beginning of the working relationship. Make certain that your client is handed a payment policy that is clearly outlined in writing. 2. Instil Urgency Make sure to send an invoice at the earliest opportunity, stating the […]

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