Online Incorporation

We invite you to complete the form with the required information in order to start the online incorporation of your company in Ireland. Our company formation specialists will contact you with details about the further steps for company registration.
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Prenuptial Agreement in Ireland

Prenuptial Agreement in Ireland

A prenuptial agreement in Ireland is a document which is signed by a couple, prior to getting married. The legal document can contain a large number of provisions related to financial and property aspects, but also aspects related to various payments and child support, in the case in which the couple will get a…
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Judicial Separation in Ireland

Judicial Separation in Ireland

Judicial separation in Ireland refers to the legal procedure through which a married couple files for an official separation related to their habitual residence. It implies that the spouses are interested in living separately, prior to the divorce procedures. Our team of attorneys in Ireland can offer legal representation in the situation in which the applicants are interested in filing for…
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Register for PAYE Purposes in Ireland

Register for PAYE Purposes in Ireland

Employers in Ireland are required to register for Pay As You Earn (PAYE) purposes. The PAYE system refers to the taxation system imposed to companies which hire employees in Ireland.  It is important to know that, from a legal point of view, all companies in Ireland are required to register for PAYE purposes, regardless if they have employees or not. However, it is…
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Articles of Association in Ireland

Articles of Association in Ireland

The articles of association in Ireland are some of the most important statutory documents of a newly formed company. The articles of association must respect the provisions stated in the Companies Act 2014. The document provides important regulations referring to the associates in a company, as well as the internal rules governing the respective legal entity. Our team of…
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Why Choose our Law Firm in Ireland?

Why Choose our Law Firm in Ireland?

Both natural persons and legal entities, local or foreign, may need legal advice for various legal matters. Although Ireland is a member state of the European Union (EU) and thus, applies the directives imposed by the Community, it also imposes various regulations which are applicable under the national legislation. Our Irish lawyers can offer legal…
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Distribution Agreements in Ireland

Distribution Agreements in Ireland

The distribution agreement in Ireland refers to a commercial contract signed by at least two parties – a vendor and a distributor, which stipulates the rights and obligations of each entity, as well as the conditions in which the respective products or goods will be distributed. Some of the most important aspects of a distribution agreement…
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Capital Market Regulations in Ireland

Capital Market Regulations in Ireland

When discussing about capital market regulations which are available in Ireland, foreign investors should know that this term refers to the stock markets which various types of companies and investment funds can access in this country. Ireland is one of the European states which provides many investment opportunities through numerous vehicles and our team of Irish lawyers can offer their expertise…
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Real Estate Investment Trusts in Ireland

Real Estate Investment Trusts in Ireland

Real estate investment trusts (REITs) in Ireland were established in 2013 through the Irish Finance Act. The main objective of the REIT legislation is to attract foreign investments on the real estate market in Ireland. This type of investment fund is a legally recognised entity available across the world and foreign investors who are interested in opening a company in…
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Open an Irish ICAV

Open an Irish ICAV

The ICAV legislation was published by theIrish authorities in 2014, when they proposed the Irish Collective Asset-management Vehicle (ICAV) Bill. The new corporate structure was created in order to address the current needs of the investment trends. The ICAV Act was enacted in March 2015, establishing a new corporate vehicle available for both UCITS and alternative investment funds. Later on, the Central Bank of Ireland,…
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