The family leave provisions under the Family Leave and Miscellaneous Provisions Act 2021 (“the Act”) has now been commenced, meaning parents can avail of three weeks additional Parent’s Leave and Parent’s Benefit within the first two years of birth or adoption of a child.
Have you been appointed an Executor in a Will or are you thinking of making a Will and wondering who to appoint as executors?
The awaited Harassment, Harmful Communications and Related Offences Act has been signed into law on the 28 December 2020.
Residential tenants throughout the country have been financially impacted by the Covid-19 Pandemic. Consequently, rent arrears and evictions have became a daunting prospect for many.
Now more than ever people are shopping online, the growth in this sector has soared since COVID-19 and people are turning to their phones and computers to do their shopping in order to avoid the Christmas queues and stay safe. With more businesses than ever now with...
Buying a first home is often the biggest investment a person makes in their lifetime. It is also a very exciting time for first time buyers. However, often times it can be challenging when there are many factors to consider.
In this two-part article, Niamh Mc Dermott will detail in brief what is involved in an administration of a deceased’s estate.
In the second part of three articles, Donnacha T. Anhold provides his second article in the area of employment law injunctions.
Auctions are one of the many ways to buy a property and have become a popular way to buy or sell a property for individuals banks and receivers.
Thousands of employees across Ireland who are working from home as a result of the coronavirus crisis may be entitled to avail of Revenue’s e-worker relief.
As the true impact of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic becomes apparent, employers are facing unprecedented challenges in protecting their employees and customers from the virus while keeping their businesses afloat.
High Court approves €12m Settlement for Sligo infant Girl-Robyn Kilgallon