Family Law Solicitors Dublin

Family Law Solicitors Dublin

Family law is provided in Ireland by several Family Acts, which together give the framework regulating aspects related to marriage, divorce, inheritance, child support and many others. According to the articles 41 and 42 from the Irish Constitution, the concept of family represents the most important social unit and it is legally recognized through marriage. If you may need…
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Ireland- Netherlands Double Tax Treaty

Ireland- Netherlands Double Tax Treaty

Ireland has signed numerous treaties for the avoidance of double taxation. One of the states with which Ireland has signed a double tax agreement (DTA) is the Netherlands and the relations between the two contracting states have begun in 1969, when the document was signed at Hague. Our team of Irish solicitors can provide an in-depth presentation on the provisions of…
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Investment Funds in Ireland

Investment Funds in Ireland

Foreign investors are advised to invest on the Irish market as it provides some of the best conditions. The taxation system, alongside with a solid legislative system and governmental incentives represent major assets of the Irish economy. A way to establish a business presence on the Irish market is by setting up an investment fund. Our team…
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Sports Law in Ireland

Sports Law in Ireland

Persons involved in sports activities in Ireland should know that they are protected by a set of rules and regulations provided by the Sports Law. The legislation refers to sport professionals, bodies established in this field or to businessmen investing in sports activities. Our team of Irish solicitors can offer an extensive presentation to those who are…
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Resolve Intellectual Property Disputes in Ireland

Resolve Intellectual Property Disputes in Ireland

Intellectual property is protected in Ireland by a set of rules and regulations, prescribing different acts for different types of intellectual property. The term is rather broad, as it can refer to copyright, designs, trademarks, brands, inventions and many others. Although the Irish authorities provide a solid legal framework, at times, various parties can be involved in an intellectual property dispute,…
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Guide to Changing Your Business Structure in Ireland

Guide to Changing Your Business Structure in Ireland

All companies in Ireland are set up under a certain legal entity, established after the needs and wishes of the shareholders. At moments, the investors may want to change the business structure, due to a set of reasons; this procedure is legal under the assumption of the fact that the needs of the…
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Tax Litigation in Ireland

Tax Litigation in Ireland

Companies establish commercial relationships in order to sell and buy services or products. At moments, business partners may experience various types of situations which will require the legal intervention of the local courts. One of the most common reasons for which companies in Ireland can decide to start a litigation process is related to the non-payment…
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Resolve Employment Disputes in Ireland

Resolve Employment Disputes in Ireland

Working environment is regulated by a set of rules prescribed by the Irish legislation. At times, the employers and employees may face, due to various reasons, employment disputes which can be resolved either through alternative resolution methods and that can be dealt with outside the courts, either by filing the case at a local Irish court. Persons who are…
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Contesting a Will in Ireland

Contesting a Will in Ireland

A will is a document which, customarily, is written down by the testator (the person designing the way in which his or her inheritance will be shared amongst the members of the family) in order to legally stipulate the manner in which the material and financial assets will be inherited by the family, local community or others. Due…
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Franchise Agreements in Ireland

Franchise Agreements in Ireland

The idea of franchising a business is very appealing to both local and foreign entrepreneurs due to a set of advantages. One of the most powerful reasons to start a franchise business in Ireland is connected to the fact that the respective company is already well known throughout the world or the country; the brands sold…
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