It is always best to put in place a parental agreement after a divorce or separation. In our dedicated blog post we explain why: PARENTAL AGREEMENTS FOLLOWING SEPARATION OR DIVORCE IN IRELAND
At this time, pre-nuptial agreements are not recognised by the courts in Ireland. However, this is likely to change in the future. A pre-nuptial agreement can still be used as part of your separation settlement in some cases. PRENUPTIAL AGREEMENTS IN IRELAND.
Yes, our family law team are well versed in the care of the elderly and are best placed to deal with any concerns you may be having: PARENTAL CARE LEGAL ADVICE IRELAND
Yes, absolutely. The team here at Walsh and Partners LLP, have a dedicated team of family law solicitors to assist with a range of situations. FAMILY LAW SOLICITORS CORK & MIDLETON
Yes, as experts in the field of inheritance, we can provide you with all the legal guidance and representation you require: Inheritance Rights in Ireland
To learn more about the divorce process in Ireland, please get in touch with one of our divorce solicitors. You can read more here in our blog post: DIVORCE SOLICITOR CORK & DUBLIN