Niall Breen & Co. Solicitors

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Niall Breen – Principal Solicitor

Niall acquired a LLB (Hons) degree from Griffith College Dublin and was admitted to the Roll of Solicitors in 2014. Niall advises on a wide array of legal areas, including residential and commercial conveyancing, wills and probate, employment law, personal injury and criminal law.

Prior to establishing his own firm, Niall completed his training contract and worked as a Solicitor in McDonough & Breen Solicitors in Dundalk, Co. Louth for a number of years.

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Practice Areas

Personal Injury Claims

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If you have been involved in a road traffic accident or other type of accident through no fault of your own in which you have suffered personal injuries or psychological injuries, you are entitled to pursue a claim for compensation.

Family Law

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Access and Custody, Maintenance, Relocation cases, Domestic Violence, Nullity of Marriage, Separation Agreements, Judicial Separation, Civil Partnership Co-Habitation.

Criminal Defence

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Attorneys at Niall Breen & Co. Solicitors have extensive knowledge of all aspects of protection in criminal cases and bringing to criminal liability in accordance with the legislation on road traffic.

Conveyancing

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If you have found a home or a site or selling your current property, we can
provide you with a professional service at a fixed price.

Wills & Probate

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A Will enables you to determine as to how your estate is divided on death as opposed to having the law of intestacy applying in the absence of a Will. We will prepare a Will that is specific to you and your situation.

Medical Negligence

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We have extensive experience in the area of medical negligence claims and have successfully litigated and settled medical negligence cases on behalf of our clients.

Employment Law

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We advise clients in contentious and non contentious employment matters.

Disability Law

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Legislation has been enacted in Ireland to ensure that people with disabilities have a statutory right of equal access to the same services, buildings etc.

Education Law

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We provide tailored advice on every conceivable aspect law in this sector.