P.A. DUFFY & CO SOLICITORS, DUNGANNON

Your leading All-Ireland law firm. Email us on enquiries@paduffy.com

Welcome to P.A. Duffy & Co. Solicitors, Dungannon – NI and Ireland

Dungannon Solicitors: PA Duffy & Co Law Offices

Offices in Dungannon, Belfast and Dublin

PA Duffy and Co Solicitors are a progressive all-Ireland firm with offices in Dungannon, Co Tyrone, Belfast and Dublin.

Our team of expert solicitors have gained reputations as leaders in their specialised areas and operate in both Northern Ireland and Ireland.

We have been involved in many major cases which have shaped the law in Northern Ireland and Ireland.  We continue to represent clients in cases before the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg and the Supreme Court in London.

As you will see from our solicitor profiles and expert articles,  PA Duffy & Co Solicitors Northern Ireland and Ireland has a proven track record in a range of areas, including:

We Specialise in the Following areas of the Law:

We continue to be the chosen practice for many leading businesses and private clients while also evolving to meet the demands of a fluid marketplace, particularly in the context of Brexit.

Why choose PA Duffy & Co, Dungannon?

Reasons our clients choose us include:

  • LEGAL EXPERTISE: We offer an exceptional level of expertise in each service area we cover, with legal specialists who have in-depth experience gained over many years
  • 1st CLASS CUSTOMER SERVICE: As well as outstanding legal expertise, our teams are committed to providing first-class service to our clients, ensuring we are approachable, easy to contact and responsive
  • CUSTOMISED ADVICE: We take the time to understand your situation so that we can tailor our advice and achieve the outcome you need
  • COST-EFFECTIVE SOLUTIONS: We work constructively to resolve legal disputes promptly and efficiently. Where possible, we avoid litigation and deal with matters in a faster and more cost-effective way
  • COMPETITIVE LEGAL FEES IN DUNGANNON: Our fees are competitive and we will ensure that you have a clear idea of the likely costs from the outset. We always find you the most cost-effective solutions possible to keep expense to a minimum

 

Dungannon solicitors FAQs – Commonly Asked Questions

We know you may have questions and you are welcome to ring us for a chat. To speak to one of our lawyers in Dungannon, call us now on 028 8772 2102 (UK) or 01 533 7860 (IE). Alternatively, you can Make An Online Enquiry and we’ll contact you promptly.

Replies to some of the questions we are most commonly asked are set out below.

Attending court can be daunting, whether you are involved in a civil case or facing criminal charges. You should ensure that you are familiar with all of the paperwork involved. Depending on the seriousness of your case, you may want to have legal representation. This is strongly recommended if you are facing criminal charges or you are involved in a civil action that could expose you to financial risk.

You should find out in advance what the process is likely to be, for example, who will be attending the hearing and what will be required of you. If you have documents to take with you, make sure they are well organised so that you can find what you need easily once you are in the hearing.

If you ask us to represent you, we will work with you in advance to ensure that you are thoroughly prepared and that you have the strongest possible case. We will arrange for an expert advocate to speak on your behalf.

Once you have found a property to buy and have had your offer accepted, the seller’s solicitor will send the contract package to your solicitor. You can instruct a solicitor before you find somewhere to buy, so that they can carry out the preliminary work and open a file in readiness.

When the contract papers are received, your solicitor will be able to apply for searches and raise enquiries on the information supplied. Your mortgage lender will forward your mortgage offer to your solicitor and once search results and replies to enquiries are received, you can sign the contract and mortgage deed.

Your solicitor will liaise with you as to a completion date, then exchange contracts with the seller’s solicitor. This is the point at which your agreement to purchase the property becomes legally binding and you will usually be required to pay a deposit of 10%.

Final searches will be carried out and your mortgage advance will be ordered in time for the completion day. You will also need to make sure you supply the balance of funds. Once the money has been transferred on moving day, the seller’s solicitor will authorise the estate agent to release the keys to your new home to you.

A small claim is generally one valued at less than £5,000 and which does not relate to personal injury, property or matrimonial finances.

It is not always essential to be represented by a solicitor, but you will need to make sure you follow the correct process to ensure that you do not invalidate your claim. If you are concerned about the procedure or you need to make sure that your application is made correctly, we can advise you and fill in the necessary forms on your behalf.

The amount your solicitor will charge depends on the case you are involved in. At PA Duffy Solicitors, we always make sure that our clients know from the outset how much our fees are likely to be. If you have a legal issue and you need professional advice, you can ring us to ask how much we will charge and we will be happy to go through the likely costs with you.

You can call us on 028 8772 2102 (UK) or 01 533 7860 (IE) to speak to one of our family law solicitors. We also offer a 24/7 real-time live chat facility.

If you or your children are at immediate risk of harm, you should dial 999 and ask for the police.

As a sizeable firm with offices in Dungannon, Belfast and Dublin, you have the benefit of being able to drop paperwork in to us wherever is convenient for you. We have legal experts based in each of our locations who will be able to answer your questions and if you need to come in to sign documents, we can make sure that they are wherever is easiest for you.

With expertise in both Northern Ireland and Ireland and an office in Belfast, we have solicitors who are able to represent you in Ireland if necessary.

Depending on your level of expertise in both planning and law, you may not need a solicitor if your planning application is fairly simple. If it is not completely straightforward, it is for a larger development or you need to ensure that you secure consent as soon as possible, you may be advised to ask a solicitor to deal with the application on your behalf.

We have expert planning solicitors who will be able to prepare a planning request, following the correct process to give you the best chance of success. We also have solicitors in adjacent areas of law, meaning we can provide a full service, to include property and land sales and purchases.

Contact our Dungannon Law Office

We welcome enquiries and will be happy to speak to you and find out how we can help you with your legal requirements.

If you would like to talk to one of our Dungannon lawyers, call us now on 028 8772 2102 (UK) or 01 533 7860 (IE).

Alternatively, you can Make An Online Enquiry and we’ll contact you promptly.

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    was last modified: November 29th, 2022 by paduffy