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Notary Public

Kieran Mulcahy was appointed a Notary Public by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court in 2013. A Notary Public can provide the following services: Administer Oaths Attest Signatures Authenticate Documents Give Notarial Acts Take Affidavits (other than for the…

Tracker Mortgage Redress

In the height of the boom tracker mortgages were heavily sold by banks, probably in the belief that tracking ECB rates, which looked set to keep rising, was an attractive earner.Once the recession happened the opposite became true and trackers,…

Julie Sadlier – Radio Appearances

Julie Sadlier

Julie Sadlier of Kieran Mulcahy Solicitors appeared on the Drivetime and the Marian Finucane Radio Shows recently discussing the Keeping People in their Homes Bill 2017 which she has drafted, to ensure that the E.U. and constitutional Human Rights of homeowners…

Insurance Law

At Kieran Mulcahy Solicitors we assist clients with all aspects of Insurance Law. Insurance Law in Ireland often involves arbitration and we provide information and representation for clients at all stages of their Insurance Law matters. If you might have…

Sports Law

At Kieran Mulcahy Solicitors we assist clients with matters concerning Sports Law. We have an avid interest in sports and we have acted for a number of sports clubs in Munster. We have assisted with Licensing, Grant applications, property leases…

Environmental Law

With the ever increasing growth in Environmental Law we provide advices encompassing the most recent legislation and Regulations so that our clients are kept fully abreast of their obligations under this ever expanding area of Law. If you might have…

Constitutional Law

Our Irish Constitution has great relevance and applicability to our legal system. Many of our personal rights and freedoms are enshrined within it. We are always mindful of the provisions of Bunreacht na hEireann 1937 and the many defined constitutional…

Enduring Power of Attorney

An Enduring Power of Attorney enables you to choose a person (called an “Attorney”) to manage your property and affairs in the event of your becoming mentally incapable of doing so. You may choose one Attorney or more than one…