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We are happy to make arrangements to draft your Will and discuss it with you. Depending on your circumstances we will then talk about the best way of making arrangements to sign your Will. Please contact us about this.
Bass Solicitors remains open but on a limited basis. The Government has deemed that legal services are essential so we will keep working! We will only be in the office on a restricted basis, so if you can’t get through … Continue reading
As we are very aware about the health safety and welfare of our colleagues and clients, as well as the general situation with the Covid 19 virus, we will work behind closed doors for the foreseeable future. We will be available for consultations … Continue reading
We’ve gone digital for our phones and fax!! Our new fax number is 056 7772839. Everything else stays the same.
There has been a recent case which has caused a massive change in Employment Law practice that all employers (and employees) should be aware of. Richard Grogan has written an excellent article about this change for HR professionals and lawyers, … Continue reading
It was due to happen at some stage in Ireland – it has been happening in jurisdictions overseas for a while – but the Irish Courts have now recognised that an acceptable form of “substituted service” can be via social … Continue reading
A recent case in the High Court set a level of damages for a car accident at €60,000 for pain and suffering and a further €30,000 for future pain and suffering. This struck me as quite high for a whiplash-type … Continue reading
How do you challenge Facebook if they refused to take down offending and illegal material? I am sure this is already a common problem for people and will only increase as social media and the internet invades our lives even … Continue reading
The law changed in January this year to extend a new law governing De Facto partnerships, putting farm and property at risk when a De Facto couple breaks up. The Civil Partnership and Certain Rights and Obligations of Co-Habitants Act, … Continue reading
Even though the main benefit of exemption from stamp duty has been removed, there are still some tax benefits available for first time buyers. Simon Ball, Tax Consultant, wrote about this recently in the Irish Independent. The Government has recently … Continue reading